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Please direct your Student Affairs-related concern to the appropriate resources and contacts.

General questions can be directed to GSBSStudentAffairs@umassmed.edu


*Student Affairs Confidentiality Statement

Morningside Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences Student Affairs does not share confidential information without consent or without legal or ethical justification. In addition to making this public statement of our confidentiality, we make every effort in appointments and meetings to:

  • Indicate the level of confidentiality we can provide
  • Provide in-the-moment reminders of our level of confidentiality and its potential limitations
  • Anticipate foreseeable circumstances where confidential information must be disclosed
  • Work with colleagues to maintain the level of confidentiality requested to the extent possible

Important limitations to our confidentiality include:

  • Issues related to Title IX (discrimination, assault, abuse, harassment) are reported to the Title IX Coordinator
  • Imminent potential threat of serious harm to self or other
  • The GSBS Asst/Assoc Dean of Student Affairs is a Campus Security Authority for UMMS and is required to report potential criminal acts in accordance with the Clery Act

Questions about the level of confidentiality we are able to provide in particular circumstances are welcome.

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