LGBTQA Resource Center
(Location: Students Services Center, #140, Phone: 570-389-3933, Hours: M-F 10:00 am to 4:00 pm)
The LGBTQA Resource Center is committed to making Bloomsburg University a safe and welcoming space for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, asexual, and allied students. This is done through education, programming, advocacy, and public policy.
The Office of Multicultural Affairs
(Location: Kehr Union Building, #29,
Phone: 570-389-4510, Hours: M-F 9:00 am to 5:30 pm)
The Multicultural Center provides programming and educational services that address specific challenges to all students and issues faced by historically underrepresented individuals and groups, including African- American, Asian, Hispanic, Latino, Chicano and indigenous decent, disabled, gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender individuals, women and religious groups.
The Office of Military and Veteran Resources
(Location: Student Services Center, #204, Phone: 570-389-3856, Hours: M-F 8:00 am to 4:30 pm)
The Office of Military and Veterans Resources is your one-stop-shop for all things “military” at Bloomsburg University. The office is open to anyone; we typically deal with current and former military members, spouses, or dependents of service members, and anyone who is a military supporter. We have a dedicated lounge space for people to relax in; we have coffee, computers, and good company.
Cultural Affairs and Support Services
Cultural Affairs and Support Services advocates for underrepresented students. It provides support and structure that facilitates student achievement through programming and networking in an effort to increase their academic and social awareness.
President’s Commission on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
The President’s Commission on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion is appointed by the president and charged with examining diversity, equity and inclusion practices, recommending a vision for diversity, equity and inclusion to the president, recommending high-impact action steps, and assessing the implementation of those action steps.
Commission for Gender and Sexuality (Formerly known as the LGBTQA Commission)
The Commission for Gender and Sexuality works for social justice for students, faculty, staff and administration who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and our allies (LGBTQA) particularly on issues related to sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression when we educate campus and community, advocate for equality and enhance visibility. The Commission for Gender and
Sexuality continues to support the campus and area communities via advocacy, education, and resources.
Confidential Resources: Physicians, Consulting Psychiatrists, Licensed Psychologists, Psychological Counselors and Religious/Pastoral Counselors are employees who are not required to report information to the Title IX Coordinator.
Center for Counseling & Human Development – (confidential resource)
(Location: Warren Student Services Center, #240,
Phone: 570-389-4255, Hours: M-F 8:00 am to 4:30 pm)
This office helps students develop human relations skills and personal growth. Typical counseling concerns may include study skills, depression, relationship issues, stress management, assertiveness and effective communications, racism, sexism, homophobia, human sexuality, anxiety, drug and alcohol abuse, eating disorders, survivors of rape, incest, and sexual assault, depression, ACOA and family issues, self-esteem. You have the right to a confidential relationship with your counselor. Information you share in counseling will not be revealed outside the center without your written permission.
Catholic Campus Ministry
(Location: Newman House, 353 E. 2nd St., Bloomsburg, PA 17815, Phone: 570-784-3123)
CCM supports students of all needs, so that everyone can feel welcome as a part of CCM and as a young adult growing in faith.
Protestant Campus Ministry
(Location: St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Corner of Main and Iron Streets, Phone: 570-520-0878)
Protestant Campus Ministry (PCM) is a multi-denominational fellowship staffed by an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church (USA).
Limited Confidential Resources:
Certified Registered Nurse Practitioners, Registered Nurses, Physician Assistants, University Sexual Misconduct Advocates and the Coordinator of the Women’s Resource Center are employees who are required to report non-identifying information to the Title IX Coordinator or Deputy Title IX Coordinator.
Student Health Center
(Location: Kehr Union Building, #324, Phone: 570-389-4451, Hours: M-F 8:00 am to 6:00 pm)
The SHC mission is to provide high quality, basic health care services to Bloomsburg University students. Our strong emphasis on health promotion and preventative health education is designed to ensure our students reach their educational goals. The SHC adheres to the general principles and standards of ethical conduct endorsed by the American College Health Association: to do no harm, provide service in a caring manner, respect autonomy, protect privacy, maintain competence, promote justice and respect diversity. Victims of assaults may seek a variety of services and referrals from the Student Health Center. The Health Center Staff will review a victims’ options and available resources, and may need to refer students to a hospital for more specific services such as a rape kit exam.
Women’s Resource Center Coordinator
(Location: Schuylkill Hall, entrance on right across from Old Science,
Phone: 570-389-5283, Hours: M-F 8:00 am to 4:30 pm)
The WRC is a safe and inclusive place for all students. The Women’s Resource Center is dedicated to improving the status of women students, faculty, and staff at Bloomsburg University. We do so through the development and implementation of educational programs, community outreach, victim advocacy, and referral services.
Additional Resources: All other resources and employees are required to report identifying information to the Title IX Coordinator to ensure resources and information are provided and to assess campus safety. In all cases the highest privacy will be respected within those professional parameters.
Dean of Students Office
(Location: Kehr Union Building, #101, Phone: 570-389-4734, Hours: M-F 8:00 am to 4:30 pm)
This office can connect a student with advocacy and support but is primarily responsible for a student related Title IX (sexual misconduct) investigation and judicial process. A sexual misconduct complainant against a student may also be filed with The Office of the Dean of Students. This office has a designated professional who works specifically with sexual misconduct (Title IX) cases, this is the Associate Dean of Students and Deputy Title IX Coordinator for Students.
(Location: Warren Student Services 043, Phone: 570-389-4491)
While encouraging self-advocacy, this office works in partnership with members of the university community to provide access to individuals with disabilities.
Office of Social Equity
(Location: Carver Hall, Phone: 570-389-4674, Hours: M-F 8:00 am to 4:30 pm)
This office promotes diversity, inclusion, and the acceptance of individual rights for all members of the University community, while creating a climate of respect and trust for the dignity and self-worth of all human beings. Equity addresses acts of discrimination and harassment and conducts investigations and disciplinary hearings.
Residence Life Office
(Location: Elwell Hall, Phone: (800) 287-7543, Hours: M-F 8:00 am to 4:30 pm)
This office serves students both academically and personally. Residence Life Staff are knowledgeable about University and local resources and can help you connect with various agencies and offices, receive medical help, attend meetings as an ally, and be a support person. If you wish to contact a staff person after 4:30pm please use our on-call number (570)336-8550 and speak with our on-call staff member.
Title IX Coordinator
(Location: Elwell Hall, Phone: 570-389-4808, Hours: M-F 8:00 am to 4:30 pm)
The Title IX Coordinator oversees the University’s response to Title IX reports and complaints, identifies and addresses any systemic problems, and takes any necessary steps to ensure the safety of the Bloomsburg University community. The Title IX Coordinator is advised of all reports and complaints raising Title IX issues. The Title IX Coordinator or designee will evaluate requests for confidentiality in light of the University’s responsibility to provide a safe and nondiscriminatory environment for all students. In addition, The Title IX Coordinator will ensure that victims of sexual misconduct are aware of available resources, services, and interim safety measures to assist with the physical and emotional aftermath of the incident, as well as all complaint filing options.
(Location: Rear of Andruss Library, Phone: 570-389-2211, Hours: 24/7)
The Bloomsburg University Police Department employs commissioned police officers who enforce Pennsylvania Crime and Vehicle Codes and University Policies. Developing a safe and secure environment in an academic institution is the responsibility of the entire community. Within our community, the University Police Department is assigned the responsibility to identify programs, methods, and approaches to assist the institution toward achieving a safe and secure environment.
Financial Aid Office
(Location: Arts & Administration Building, Room 106, Phone: 570-389-4297, Hours: M-F 8:00 am to 4:30 pm)
Community Government Association - Campus Lawyer
(Location: Kehr Union Building, Room 411)
Availability per schedule posted on below website http://www.bloomu.edu/cga
Student specific resource