Sexual Assault Resources

University Resources for Reporting Crime:

University Police – 814-863-1111

Local Police – 911 or 814-234-7150

Victim/Witness Advocate – 814-865-1864

Sexual Assault Awareness and Response Office ( Penn State’s Title IX Office)

Paul Apicella, Senior Director

222 Boucke Building


National Resources for Reporting Crime – Please contact if University is unable to provide help, or you believe is committing a Title 9 Offense


Provide free, direct assistance to all survivors of gender-based and sexual violence, including, but not limited to, in the following ways:

– connecting survivors, parents and friends with support networks

– filing federal complaints

– mentoring student activists

– connecting survivors with mental health professionals

– connecting survivors with legal counsel

Emotional Support Resources:

Counseling & Psychological Services
501 Student Health Center

M-F 8:00am-5:00pm

Staff of licensed psychologists providing free counseling for students

Center for Women Students

204 Boucke Building


Erin Farley and Anna Jantz, Graduate Assistants for women students

Provide free counseling, resources, and advocacy for women

Women’s Resource Center

140 W Nittany Ave, State College, PA 16801 · (814) 238-7066                                                                                         Services include:

24-Hour Hotline

Emergency Shelter

Counseling & Advocacy

Transitional Housing

Support Groups

Community Education and more

Pregnancy resource center

423 S Pugh St, State College, PA 16801 · (814) 234-7341

Provide Pregnancy and STD testing free of charge and completely confidential