Title IX Coordinator: Rame Hanna

phone
781-292-2322

Sexual misconduct resources

Below is a list of resources on-campus and off-campus available to victims, survivors, perpetrators, and their supporters. If you are in immediate danger, call: Public Safety at 781.239.5555 or State Police at 9.1.1

On-campus

  • Public Safety: 781.239.5555
  • R2-on call: 781.953.0061

Rae-Anne Butera
Dean of Student Affairs and Interim Title IX Coordinator
rae-anne.butera@olin.edu
781.292.2321
Campus Center 319c

Joanne Kossuth
Vice President for Operations and Chief Information Officer and Interim Deputy Title IX Coordinator
joanne.kossuth@olin.edu
781.292.2431
Edison 101

Rae-Anne Butera
Dean of Student Affairs
rae-anne.butera@olin.edu
781.292.2321
Campus Center 319a

Nick Tatar
Associate Dean of Student Affairs and Adviser to the Honor Board
nick.tatar@olin.edu
781.292.2326
Campus Center 319a

  • Colony Care Behavioral Health: 781.431.1177 x213 (This is a voicemail service for Laura Kinney, our main Olin contact at Colony Care. Leave your name and number and she or another counselor will call you back to set up an appointment.) Colony Care comes to Olin once a week during the academic year. Appointments can also be made to meet off-campus.

Off-campus

Available 24 hours a day

  • If you are in immediate danger, call Public Safety: 781-239-5555
  • Needham Police Department: 781.455.7570
  • Massachusetts state police: 9.1.1
  • Boston Area Rape Crisis Center (BARCC): 800.841.8371, http://www.barcc.org/
  • Reach Beyond Domestic Violence: 800.899.4000, http://www.reachma.org/
  • Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC): 781-453-3000148 Chestnut St, Needham, MA 02492, http://www.bidneedham.org/
  • Newton Wellesley Hospital: 617.243.65212014 Washington St., Newton, MA 02462, http://www.nwh.org/
  • Fenway Health:  Focused on the LGBTQI community, Fenway Health Violence Recovery Program offers a 24-hour hotline:  1-888-242-0900 (extension 311).  In addition, Fenway Health also has confidential individual and group counseling, advocacy, information and referrals for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender men and women.  http://fenwayhealth.org/
  • Colony Care Behavioral Health: 781.431.1177 x213 (This is a voicemail service for Laura Kinney, our main Olin contact at Colony Care. Leave your name and number and she or another counselor will call you back to set up an appointment.) You can also email her at lkinneylicsw@yahoo.com.  Colony Care has offices off-campus in Wellesley. Free transportation is avail­able through Wellesley Transportation. Call 781.235.2200 to arrange for a ride to your appointment and identify yourself as an Olin student.

You may also consult with the Office for Civil Rights in the United States Department of Education for additional information and resources:  http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/docs/tix_dis.html