The Campus Resource Team (CRT) is here for you!
The CRT is here for you!
The Campus Resource Team was formed in accordance with Public Act No. 14-11 in order to help prevent sexual assault, stalking, and intimate partner violence on campus.
To connect with staff for questions regarding the information found on this page visit:
Members and Contact Information.
To make a report of sexual violence, domestic violence, or stalking visit:
Report sexual violence, domestic violence, or stalking.
For questions about CRT or the information found on this page contact:
Dr. Joe Cullen
Dean of Academic Affairs and Student Services/Deputy Title IX Coordinator
Building Maintenance Supervisor
Dean of Academic Affairs and Student Services//Title IX Coordinator
Advisor and Student Activities
C129F – Student Success Center
|Sara Van Orden|
Academic Division Director
Student Services Assistant
C151 – Student Affairs Office
Reporting options can be found here.
To make a report of sexual violence, domestic violence, or stalking visit: Report sexual violence, domestic violence, or stalking.
QVCC has contracts with two independent providers of counseling services who, by State law and Professional Ethics, can provide the highest level of confidentiality allowable under State and Federal laws. If asked to do so, QVCC staff will assist victims in making contact with one of these providers.
Please note: College administrators, area hospitals, and law enforcement agencies will take all lawful steps to preserve confidentiality of any information reported by victims. However, all three groups have responsibilities under Federal and State laws that may require them under certain specific circumstances to disclose information about reported incidents. As such these organizations cannot guarantee complete confidentiality of information reported to them.
QVCC Supportive Services provides students with short-term, solution focused academic and personal counseling to respond to the wide variety of questions and concerns students experience as part of college or their personal life. Counseling focuses on building life and academic skills as well as support for overcoming learning challenges such as anxiety, motivation, focus, study skills, test-taking strategies, and time management. Counseling can help students identify their strengths and needs and then work to develop learning plans to build effective strategies and outcomes. QVCC Support Services also provides referrals to appropriate community agencies and health care providers when required for clinical counseling, more extensive psychological support, and basic needs case management.
These services are free to registered students.
For more information or to make an appointment, click here.