*Any information you share will remain confidential and will not be shared with anyone except under the following conditions: (1) perceived risks to commit serious harm to yourself or others; (2) Information indicating the abuse of children; (3) Valuable information during a medical emergency; (4) An order from the court to disclose information.
The Yale-NUS College staff and faculty listed below have been trained to provide front line assistance to any student survivor of sexual assault. These team members can direct students to counseling and support resources on and off campus, answer questions about the on-campus reporting process or the process of filing a complaint with the police. The SST can answer questions about policy and help students find the assistance they need; regardless of when or where the incident took place. The SST is also committed to being a resource to students who do not identify as survivors, but have a question or want to help support a friend.
The Student Support Team members cannot become informal counselors nor can they provide medical advice. They are trained to guide students to the help needed and navigate campus policy.
You can reach the members below via email or phone, both are provided here.
|Andrew McGeehan||Senior Managerfirstname.lastname@example.org||6601-5163|
|Chew Suyin||Assistant Dean, Elm Collegeemail@example.com||6601-3662|
|Fionn Tan||Senior Executivefirstname.lastname@example.org||6601-5536|
|Janelle Rahyns||Assistant Dean, Cendana Collegeemail@example.com||6601-3419|
|Joanne Roberts||Executive Vice President (Academic Affairs)||firstname.lastname@example.org||6516-3700|
|Joella Lopes Lam||Executiveemail@example.com,||6601-3416|
|Nayoung Won||Programme Managerfirstname.lastname@example.org||6601-3691|
|Paul Gallagher||Assistant Dean, Saga Collegeemail@example.com||6601-3371|
|Priyanka Sharma||Senior Librarianfirstname.lastname@example.org||6601-3600|