In light of the latest COVID-19 circuit breaker measures, Voices@SMU will provide our services online via video conferencing. We wish to assure you that your welfare and safety continues to be of utmost importance to us. Please feel free to reach us at voices [at] smu.edu.sg should you wish to speak with us, or make a report.
Thank you. Stay safe and well.
If you encounter, or are involved in incidents pertaining to discrimination, harassment, sexual misconduct or any form of assault/violence - on or off campus – the following are key contacts you can refer to. These include on-campus resources, as well as external agencies which can provide you with assistance.
Trained staff at each of these centres will be able to provide relevant advice or counselling service should you require. They will also be able to guide you through the various steps or options you can take toward your next course of action.
voices [at] smu.edu.sg ( )
Voices@SMU is SMU’s designated first-response unit to handle cases pertaining to discrimination, harassment, sexual misconduct or any form of assault/violence. Contact us if you’re unsure whom to speak to, need advice or just want a listening ear.
|Mrs Wong Kwok Leong Student Wellness Centre (MWKLSWC)||
6828 0786 counselling [at] smu.edu.sg ( )
Trained counsellors will be able to provide advice, counsel or look into your personal well-being while you’re at SMU.
|SMU Campus Security||
24 hour-hotline6838 0343
Contact SMU's Campus Security if you require assistance beyond the operating hours of Voices@SMU or Mrs Wong Kwok Leong Student Wellness Centre (MWKLSWC).
6555 0390 intakeFVSC [at] pave.org.sg ( )
PAVE's trained staff provide advice to those who have faced harassment/assault involving family members or partners.
|Association of Women for Action and Research (AWARE)||
(Mon - Fri, 10am - 6pm)6779 7137 aware [at] aware.org.sg ( )
Sexual Assault Care Centre (Mon - Fri, 10am - 10pm)6779 0282
Women’s helpline (Mon - Fri, 10am - 6pm)1800 777 5555
AWARE's trained staff are able to provide advice to those who encounter sexual assault or feel unsure about a sexual encounter.
|Samaritans of Singapore (SOS)||
24 hour-hotline1800 221 4444
The SOS provides emotional support for anyone in crisis, is thinking about, facing the prospect of, or affected by suicide.
|Singapore Police Force - for emergency and urgent matters||
For emergency and urgent matters:
|Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) - for emergency and urgent matters|