Campus Victim Services


WC-Campus Victim Services 

William Paterson University is committed to creating a campus that is free from all forms of violence. It is our responsibility that all members of the campus community have access to information and services related to interpersonal violence and other crimes.

The Campus Victim Services Coordinator (CVSC) is available to identify, coordinate, and follow up on services for victims of domestic/dating violence, stalking and sexual violence; and work collaboratively with and serve as the liaison between the Campus Violence Prevention Program (CVPP), the Women’s Center, and respective University offices and community agencies concerning services to victims.

Available services include, but are not limited to:

  • Confidential advocacy services
  • Safety planning
  • Survivor support group
  • Information and resources
  • Educational events, presentations, and training on interpersonal violence

If you are experiencing an emergency requiring immediate attention, call 911
or the WPU Police Department at 973-720-2300. 



 Theresa A. Bivaletz, MSW, LSW
Campus Victim Services Coordinator
The Women’s Center, Student Center Room 313

Office: 973.720.2578
Fax: 973.720.2077

Office Hours: 
Monday - Friday
8:30am - 4:30pm

Summer Hours:
Monday - Thursday
8:00am - 5:15pm

Call or email to make an appointment.
Evening hours available by appointment.
Walk-ins welcome!

If the Coordinator is not in the office and you would like to speak with someone or schedule an appointment with the Coordinator, you can visit the Women’s Center, or call 973-720-2946.

If you are in need of 24-hour services, you can contact:



Self Help Guide for Trans Survivors of Sexual Violence

Trans Survivor Guide



 Download brochure

 Info for Survivors cover page


 WP ASR Link


This project was supported by Grant No. 2010-WA-AX-0011 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, US Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this program are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women.