Sexual Misconduct Resources and Education

You’re Not Alone.
If you need immediate and confidential help, please call: The Sexual Assault Crisis Center of Eastern Connecticut Hotline: (888) 999-5545 or…The Safe Futures Hotline: (888) 774-2900 If you fear for your safety, please call 911 right away for emergency service.

You have rights.  You have choices.  You have advocates.

These web pages are intended to provide all members of the Three Rivers Campus Community with resources to help better understand what sexual misconduct is, and what can be done if you or someone you know has suffered from any of its forms.

Who is here for you?

If you have suffered any form of sexual misconduct, you may be unsure of what next steps to take, but there are many people on and off-campus who are eager to help.

Confidential Off-Campus Crisis and Counseling Resources

Three Rivers has partnered with non-profit community agencies that can help survivors cope, access mental and physical health care, relocate (if necessary), and take action against offenders, including action through the College’s own disciplinary process. Their services are free, confidential, and available 24 hours a day.

For Sexual Assault…
For Domestic / Intimate Partner Violence or Sexual Assault…

The Sexual Assault Crisis Center of
Eastern Connecticut

78 Howard Street, 2nd Floor
New London, CT 06320

Office: (860) 442-0604

Hotline: (888) 999-5545

Safe Futures

16 Jay Street, New London, CT 06320,

Office: (860) 447-0366

326 Washington St, Norwich, CT 06360

Office: (860) 889-8331

Hotline: (888) 774-2900

On-Campus Resources

You are welcome to approach any trusted faculty or staff member for help, but please understand that College employees cannot promise confidentiality. College employees are expected to report any details they receive about an incident of sexual misconduct to the Title IX Coordinator and / or the Dean of Students. Before disclosing an incident of sexual misconduct to a College employee, you are advised to first speak with a confidential off-campus counselor, and/or to review your rights to privacy.

The resources listed below can you help you to learn about your options, get connected with confidential off-campus counseling services, and request action against an offender, if you choose.

Resources for Students

Counseling and Advising

Room E-110, (860) 215-9208

Campus Security

Room A-102 / Front Desk

(860) 215-9053

Maria Krug
Title IX Coordinator

Room C-131 (860) 215-9208
Christine Languth
Director of Student Success

Room A-128, (860) 215-9260

Resources for Employees


Maria Krug
Title IX Coordinator

Room C-131, (860) 215-9208

Stephen Goetchius
Interim Director of
Human Resources
Room C-247, (860) 215-9002

Campus Security
Room A-102 / Front Desk
(860) 215-9053