Sexual Assault & Violence Response Resources

NYGSP takes reports of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking seriously. If you are a member of the NYGSP community and have experienced any of the above, this website is available to provide you with information to seek resources and support. Information about the process to report the crime to law enforcement and/or the school is available as well, if you choose to report your experience.

NYGSP students and employees have the right to make a report to local law enforcement and/or the New York State Police, or choose not to report; to report the incident to your school; to be protected by the school from retaliation for reporting an incident; and to receive assistance and resources from your school.
To access the full Student’s Bill of Rights, click here.

NYGSP’s policy is that the response to sexual violence and related crimes is driven by the reporting victim/survivor. That means is that in line with Federal and New York State law, while the Graduate School encourages you to use all of the response, support and reporting (including criminal reporting) resources offered here, the choice of what resources to use and when is for the victim and survivor.


Any student wanting to report the above events should contact the Title IX coordinator, Ms Musolino at 212-260-7050 or 917-620-5068, or at amusolino@cmps.edu. A student may also choose instead to report the event to their adviser or other faculty member, who will advise the student of their rights in reporting and then contact Ms. Musolino.


On-Campus Resources

Off-Campus Resources(within New York City, NY State, and Nationwide)

Additional Resources for International Students


Bias, Hazing, Stalking, Sexual and Domestic Violence Information

Sexual Misconduct and Assault Information

Reporting Sexual Assault, Stalking, Dating Violence or Domestic Violence

NYGSP Response to Reports of Sexual Assault or Harassment

Student Rights When a Complaint is Filed

Penalties and Sanctions

Distinctions Between the New York State Penal Law and the College Disciplinary Processes