Who Can I Talk To?

There are many resources available to help you, both at the University and in the community. You have the right to choose to whom you will speak, what resources you will use, what you will say and when you will say it. Your information will be kept private and only shared with those who “need to know”.

Confidential resources

Oglethorpe Counseling Center (Confidential resource)*

  • Call to make an appointment (404-364-8456) or walk in Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Goodman Hall
  • E-mail the counseling center at CounselingCenter@oglethorpe.edu

Volunteer Chaplain (Confidential resource)*

Reverend, Dr. John Richardson: 205-807-4907

Campus resources

Title IX Coordinator
Cindy Vaios, 404-364-8479
cvaios@oglethorpe.edu

Deputy Title IX Coordinator 
Sandy Butler, 404-364-8325
Director, Human Resources
sbutler1@oglethorpe.edu

The Title IX Coordinators can help with accommodations such as:

  • Academic (missed class, exam changes)
  • Housing (temporary or permanent room changes)
  • Safety (escorts on campus, no-contact letters)
  • Anything you may need- each person’s experience is different

Dean of Students
Michelle Hall, 404-364-8336
Student Commons, TLCC

Community resources

Day League
Decatur MARTA stop
24 hour crisis hotline:404-377-01428
email: info@dayleague.org
website: www.dayleague.org

Planned Parenthood
GSU MARTA stop
Call for an appointment: 404-688- 9300

Brookhaven Police Department
To file a report: 678-937-2852

National Sexual Assault Helpline
800-799-SAFE (7233)

National resources

Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN) online hotline and telephone hotline

Department of Education Office of Civil Rights
Atlanta office: 404-974-9406
Email: OCR.Atlanta@ed.gov