NEW: Sexual Violence Prevention and Response Policy (May 2016)


S.H.A.R.E. is the best way to care for yourself or a friend!

The Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education Service (S.H.A.R.E.) operates under the auspices of Mount Allison University’s Department of Student Affairs.

If there is an immediate threat to your safety call 911.


For excellent medical care after sexual assault:

  • There is a S.A.N.E. (Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner) Program at The Moncton Hospital at 135 MacBeath Avenue, Moncton (see directions).
  • Report to emergency. Wait time is usually less than 1 hour.

S.H.A.R.E. offers 24-hour advice and support to those who have experienced sexual violence. Call or text (506) 540-7427 or email share@mta.ca

If you feel that any member of the University community is at risk of harm, or if you wish to report an incident, you can also write to safe@mta.ca

The S.H.A.R.E. office is located in the Wellness Centre on the lower level of the Wallace McCain Student Centre.

S.H.A.R.E. involves a team of professionals within Student Affairs who, along with student peer educators, work to develop and maintain a safe and healthy environment at Mount Allison University, free of sexual harassment, sexual assault, or discrimination based on sex, gender, or sexual orientation.

SHARE offers advice by appointment to accommodate student schedules.

Melody Petlock
SHARE Advisor
Office: (506) 364-2613
Reception: (506) 364-2163
E-mail: share@mta.ca

S.H.A.R.E. services are:

  • confidential
  • client-centred
  • client-driven

The Sexual Harassment Advisor can help determine the best response to your situation.


S.H.A.R.E. will:

  • offer confidential advice to anyone who has experienced — or who knows someone who has experienced — sexual violence or misconduct
  • refer to appropriate campus and off-campus services and support students during any related medical, legal or school judicial proceedings
  • offer 24-hour telephone support when school is in session
  • educate and raise awareness about sexual harassment, sexual assault, homophobia, transphobia, intimate partner violence, and related issues
  • provide volunteer opportunities for student involvement and initiatives

Mount Allison University’s Sexual Violence Prevention and Response Policy provides mechanisms by which complaints can be responded to quickly and effectively.

June 6, 2016