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Sexual Assault Prevention and Reporting

If you have experienced sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, or stalking:

  • Get to a safe place as soon as you can.
  • Try to preserve all physical evidence; do not bathe, douche, or change your clothes.
  • Contact SUNY Orange Department of Safety and Security:
    • Middletown - dial 77 from a red campus emergency phone or call 341-4710
    • Newburgh - dial 9533 from a campus phone or call 341-9533
    • You may also use one of the Blue Light emergency phones,
      or any of the red or yellow phones located throughout both campuses.
    • Call the Campus Sexual Assault Victims Hotline 844-845-7269. Reports made to the hotline will result in a response and investigation by the New York State Police Campus Sexual Assault Victims Unit.

Sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking are crimes; they are not the victim's fault. Victims have the right to pursue adjudication of crimes that occur on our campus through criminal courts and/or through the college's internal disciplinary process (under the Student Code of Conduct). SUNY Orange Safety and Security Department Officers are trained to assist victims throughout this process.

Where there is probable cause to believe the College's regulations prohibiting sexual misconduct have been violated, the College will pursue strong disciplinary action through its own channels. This discipline includes the possibility of suspension or dismissal from the College. An individual charged with sexual misconduct will be subject to the College disciplinary procedures, whether or not prosecution under New York State Criminal Statutes is pending. The College will make every effort to be responsive and sensitive to the victims of these serious crimes.

In compliance with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, SUNY Orange is committed to sexual assault prevention and provides workshops, prevention information programs, and linkage to direct services and resources in the area. Our Title IX Coordinators are Iris Martinez-Davis (845) 341-4662 and Madeline Torres-Diaz (845) 341-4407.

The Student Handbook contains more detailed information regarding students rights, responsibilities, confidentiality, grievance procedure, and code of student conduct relative to this issue.


Campus Survey and College Policies

Results from the Campus Climate Survey on Sexual Assault and Sexual Misconduct

For information on the College's Sexual Violence Prevention Policies please visit:


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