Recipients will keep all submissions private, which means information will never be shared unnecessarily and the team will not disclose a reporter's name if it can be avoided. Some situations, such as those deemed to present a danger to an individual student or our community, may require recipients to share information with others so that they can most effectively intervene.

If you would like to speak with someone confidentially, there are on-campus options.

Licensed counselors and ordained clergy (when serving in their religious capacity) are the only College employees whose professional privileges allow them to provide confidential services and support with extremely limited exceptions.

Lafayette Counseling Center
Bailey Health Center, 2nd Floor

610-330-5005
http://counselingcenter.lafayette.edu/

For urgent concerns when the Counseling Center is closed, call (610) 330-5005 to be connected with a crisis counselor.  In the case of life-threatening emergencies, call Public Safety at 610-330-4444 for immediate assistance.

Lafayette College Chaplain
115 Farinon College Center

610-330-5959
hendrica@lafayette.edu

Alex Hendrickson is the College’s Director of Religious & Spiritual Life and College Chaplain. She can be reached during normal business hours.