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Information, Resources, and Reporting Options

Counseling & Psychological Services (CPS) – Chalon 310.954.4114 | Doheny 213.477.2668

To make an appointment with CPS, please call the office. If you are in a psychological crisis and need to speak to someone immediately, please call the 24/7 MSMU Crisis line to speak to a counselor at 310.954.4CPS or 310.954.4277.  

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Student Health Services - Chalon 310.954.4110 | Doheny 213.477.2685

Student Health Services offers a broad range of confidential services. Please call to make an appointment.  

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File a Title IX Complaint with Mount St. Mary’s University

Reports of alleged violations of MSMU’s Title IX sexual harassment or misconduct policies can be made with Campus Security, the Title IX Coordinator, or an administrator. Reports can be made in person, by mail, by email, by phone, or via the Title IX online report form.

  • Campus Security:   
    • Chalon Campus 
      310.954.4123 
      Chalon Campus Circle  
       
    • Doheny Campus 
      213.477.2502 
      Main Gate Entrance  
  • Megan Staudenraus 
    Interim Title IX Coordinator 
    Division of Student Affairs 
    213.477.2803 | titleix@msmu.edu 

File a Report Online

 
File a Criminal Complaint with Law Enforcement

  • Los Angeles Police Department - Dial 911 for Emergencies  
    • West Los Angeles – The Los Angeles Police Department (serving Chalon)
      213.477.2502 
      1663 Butler Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90025
       
    • Southwest Los Angeles – The Los Angeles Police Department (serving Doheny)
      213.485.2582 
      1546 W Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90062

Supportive Measures

After receiving a report of an alleged violation of Title IX or sexual misconduct, the Title IX Coordinator will reach out to the involved parties in order to promote safety, security and provide options for moving forward. All supportive measures options are available whether someone chooses to file a formal complaint or not. For students, these include, but are not limited to:

  • Referral to counseling, medical, and/or other healthcare services;
  • Referral to community-based service providers;
  • Visa and immigration consultation
  • Student financial aid counseling
  • Education to the institutional community or community subgroup(s)
  • Altering campus housing assignment(s)
  • Altering work arrangements for student-employees;
  • Safety planning;
  • Providing campus safety escorts;
  • Providing transportation accommodations;
  • Implementing contact limitations (no contact orders) between the parties;
  • Academic support, extensions of deadlines, or other course/program-related adjustments
  • Class schedule modifications, withdrawals, or leaves of absence
  • Increased security and monitoring of certain areas of the campus; and
  • Any other actions deemed appropriate by the Title IX Coordinator or their designee.

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