Student Experience

Campus Safety

About Campus Safety

Mahanaim views highly important in maintaining the safety of the community.  Mahanaim is a compact, private institution with a strong administrative presence and a single, dedicated entrance with controlled access to the campus. Historically, crime has not been an issue at Mahanaim.

Title IX

Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972 is a federal law that states: “No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.”

 

Title IX Coordinators  
Jennifer Zhang_Title IX Coordinator/ CFO
Office: Mahanaim, Room 145

Email: jennifer.z@mahanaim.com

Phone: 631.944.4400 ext. 2404

 

Grace Kim_Deputy Title IX Coordinator for Students

Office: Mahanaim, Room 114A
Email: sollip.kim@mahanaim.com

Phone: 631.944.4400 ext. 2302

 

The Title IX Coordinator and/or Designee investigate complaints by faculty, staff, and students who believe themselves to be harmed by sexual harassment or discrimination and harassment related to gender. A Title IX Coordinator can provide assistance in addressing the incident through consultation, administrative review and/or formal investigation.

Reporting Incidents

Use the form below to report a crime or incident. We will review and contact you shortly. It is the school's policy to provide immediate assistance to victims of sexual assault. You can pursue any or all options:

 

Incident Report Form

 

Call 911 or Report the incident to local law enforcement

Suffolk County Police Department (631) 854-8200

Law enforcement officers are trained in investigating sexual offenses and supporting victims reporting a sexual offense. With your permission, law enforcement officers have the authority to commence a criminal investigation and prosecution in sexual assault matters.

Seek Counseling and Emotional Support

Off-campus counseling is available free of charge to care for students’ emotional well-being. Counselors can provide confidential support during a difficult period and afterward. 

Sexual Misconduct Policy

Download Sexual Misconduct Policy

Students' Bill of Rights

Resources

Off campus counseling is available for students and can care for student's emotional well-being. Counselors can provide confidential support during a difficult period.

 

Local Services:

Victims Information Bureau of Suffolk [VIBS]: (631) 360-3606

Suffolk County Coalition Against Domestic Violence [SCCADV]: (631) 666-8833

NYSP Campus Sexual Assault Victims Unit / Troop L: (631) 231-7059 / (631)236-7541

Suffolk County Coalition Against Domestic Violence: (631) 666-7181

DASH: (631) 952-3333 (24 Hour Crisis Hotline)

Long Island Crisis Center: (516) 679-1111

Victims Information Bureau of Suffolk (VIBS): (631) 360-3730

VIBES: (631) 360-3606

24 hour Crisis Care Center for Suffolk County (631) 751-7500

Huntington Hospital: (631) 351-2000

Huntington Fire Department, (631)427-3030

ProHealth Urgent Care (631) 470-9000

Community First Aid Squad (631) 421-1263

 

Other Services:

NYS Domestic and Sexual Violence Hotline: (800)-942-6906

Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network (RAINN): (800) 656-HOPE (4673)

Love is Respect: Provides information about how you can recognize an unhealthy or abusive relationship.  (866) 331-9474 / loveisrespect.org to chat online

Violence Intervention Program (800) 664-5880

Suicide Hotline: 1-800-273-8255

Alcohol Anonymous Hotline: 1-888-679-1714

National Sexual Assault Hotline: (800) 656-HOPE

National Domestic Violence Hotline: (800) 799-7233

Campus Climate Assessments

Mahanaim performs a campus climate assessment of students every two years as required by New York State Education Law 129B, Section 64445. This survey will be held in fall semester with the outcomes reported at the meeting of the Advisory Committee on Campus Security.

View the results of the survey here.

Campus Security Report

The federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (Clery Act) requires colleges to disclose campus safety information and enforce procedures for handling incidents of sexual violence and emergency situations. Disclosures about crime statistics and summaries of security policies are made once a year in an Annual Security Report. Information about specific crimes and emergencies is made publicly available on an ongoing basis throughout the year.

Access Mahanaim’s current Campus Security Report here.