Download the 'Sexual Assault: How to Get Help' PDF guide

"How to Get Help" is a comprehensive guide to available resources on and off campus. This is a great place to start if unsure of who may assist you.

Emergencies
 

If you are in a life-threatening situation, call the police immediately.

  • Main campus: call 202-687-4343 to reach the Georgetown University Police Department
  • Law Center: call 202-662-9325 to reach the Georgetown Law Department of Public Safety
  • SCS: call 202-907-3061 to reach Emergency Assistance at SCS-640 Mass Ave
  • Off-campus: call 911 to reach the Metropolitan Police Department

The police can provide protection from the assailant and can collect evidence and testimony for criminal charges.  

Confidential Help
 

If you need to speak to someone about sexual misconduct, confidential counseling resources are available on and near campus.

Resources available include:

Main & Medical Campus Students

  • Jen Schweer, Associate Director of Health Education Services for Sexual Assault Response and Prevention
    (202) 687-0323 | jls242@georgetown.edu
  • Jennifer Wiggins, Staff Clinician, Sexual Assault Specialist
    (202) 687-8932 | sarp@georgetown.edu

All Students

  • Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS)
    (202) 687-6985; after hours please call (202) 444-7243 ask for the on-call CAPS clinician
  • DC Rape Crisis Center
    (202) 333-RAPE (24/7 hotline)

Employees

  • Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (FSAP)
    (202) 687-2409 | fsap@georgetown.edu
  • DC Rape Crisis Center
    (202) 333-RAPE (24/7 hotline)

Further Detailed Information on Resources 
 

If you are involved in an incident of sexual assault, harassment, stalking, or domestic/dating violence, or would like to help a friend or colleague, this website is designed as a resource for you, please click on the tab to the left that applies to you.