Resources

Please use the links below to be directed to the following specific resources:

Emergencies and Safety Concerns

Title IX Violations - Sexual Assault, Misconduct, Harassment, Discrimination

Non-Title IX Violations - Bullying, Harassment, Discrimination

For reporting any DIB-related incident or for support with experiencing bullying, harrassment or any behaviors that make you or those around you feel unsafe or unwelcome, or are otherwise inconsistent with the department's shared values, you may contact Moriah Silver (moriah_silver@harvard.edu). Please go to the Reporting & Feedback page for more information on reporting such behavior and for Title IX resources. 

Reporting and Confidential Assistance

Harvard University Anonymous Reporting: (877) 694-2276, or submit onlineBehaviors that make you or those around you feel unsafe or unwelcome, or are otherwise inconsistent with the values stated above may be reported anonymously through the Harvard University reporting hotline. This service is available for a variety of ethical, integrity, safety, security, and compliance concerns and may be used by anyone including, but not limited to, students, faculty, staff, patients, vendors, contractors and visitors, anywhere in the world. The Anonymous Reporting Hotline operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and is run by an independent, third-party provider.

Academic & Workplace Issues
Open to all members of the Harvard community, the Ombudsman Office is an independent, neutral, and confidential place for visitors to discuss their academic and workplace issues and concerns.
Harvard University Ombudsman (Cambridge/Allston): (617) 495-7748

Employee Personal or Work-related Concerns
Harvard's Employee Assistance Program offers free, confidential help for personal or work-related concerns to all Harvard employees and their adult household members. Employee Assistance Program: (877) 327-4278

Workplace issue form -  if you are experiencing a problem at work, you can use this confidential form to contact the Contract Enforcement and Education Committee (CEEC). (See more info on this form here.)

Advice on Career Pathways for Diverse Populations

The Office of Career Services (OCS) acknowledges systemic racism, inequities, and injustices faced by the Black community in society. Given the challenges diverse students may specifically face as they navigate career opportunities and the workplace environment, OCS has compiled resources for diverse populations, and are inviting students and other members of the Harvard community to discuss diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Please see the OCS diverse populations website for full details.  

Graduate Student Resources

Members of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS) staff are available to help with any issues that arise during your graduate student career. If you need help with a personal or academic issue, but don't know where to start, reach out to the Office of Student Services.
Danielle Farrell, Director of Student Services, GSAS Student Center: (617) 495-5005 or book an appointment with Danielle online.
Jackie Yun, Executive Director, GSAS Student Center: (617) 495-2255
GSAS Student Life Resources
GSAS Counseling Resources

Building/Facilities Issues

SEAS Building Emergency Contact Information, 24-hour Facilities Issues: (617) 495-5560