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Health and Safety Resources for Students

Sexual and Interpersonal Violence

Support for victims of sexual assault, domestic/dating violence, and stalking is available:

  • Confidential resources (Speaking with these resources will not initiate a report to police or the university)
    • Student Counseling Service: 513-529-4634
    • Medical staff at Student Health: 513-529-3000
    • On-campus Women Helping Women confidential support specialist: 513-846-8402 (phone or text)
  • Reporting resources (Speaking with these resources will initiate a report with police and/or university)
    • Title IX Coordinator, Kenya Ash: 513-529-7157,
    • Assistant Dean of Students and Deputy Title IX Coordinator, Cecilie McGhehey: 513-529-1870,
    • Deputy Title IX Coordinator for Regional Students, Bennyce Hamilton: 513-785-3240,

For More Information

Visit our Sexual Assault, Sexual Misconduct, Interpersonal Violence, and Sexual Harassment page.

Alcohol-Related Emergency

If you see a student who is in need of medical attention due to alcohol or drug use, step up and call for help. Miami University will not take disciplinary action for a violation of Miami’s drug or alcohol policies against those students who seek emergency medical assistance for themselves or other students (Good Samaritan Policy). When a person’s health and/or safety is threatened or appears to be at risk from alcohol or drug consumption, the best course of action is to:

  • Call 911
  • Call the Miami University Police Department at 513-529-2222
  • Seek assistance from a resident assistant (RA) or residence hall director; or
  • Utilize the McCullough Hyde Memorial Hospital Emergency Room, 110 North Poplar, 513-523-2111

Learn more about Miami's Alcohol, Drug, and Substance Abuse Policies

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Missing Student

If you believe a Miami University student is missing, please notify the Miami University Police Department, 513-529-2222.

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After-Hours Safe Ride

If you need a safe ride at night, call the BCRTA SafeRide after-hours safe escort service (855-42-BCRTA). Always use the buddy system.

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Contact Us

Dean of Students

110 Warfield Hall, 451 E. Spring St.
Oxford, OH 45056
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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