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ONGOING SUPPORT

If you are a bystander, witness or have knowledge of an incident, you may need resources to assist another student or employee.

ONGOING SUPPORT

If you are a bystander, witness or have knowledge of an incident, you may need resources to assist another student or employee.

SUPPORT IS VITAL. WE CAN HELP.

Whether you are a survivor, accused or otherwise impacted, please use the following resources to learn about non-confidential emotional support, interim measures and accommodations, financial support and additional reporting resources.

NON-CONFIDENTIAL EMOTIONAL SUPPORT

Women’s Center, www.ncsu.edu/womens-center, semi-confidential advocacy and support on campus for sexual and relationship violence survivors, 919.515.2012. Together with the Counseling Center, the Women’s Center offers the Sexual Assault Helpline 24/7 for all interpersonal violence survivors (919.515.4444).

GLBT Center, www.ncsu.edu/glbt, 919.513.9742. Understands the unique needs and circumstances of GLBT-identified survivors and can provide support and resources.

Multicultural Student Affairs, www.ncsu.edu/msa, 919.515.3835. Understands the influence of culture on an individual’s experience. Can provide support and resources for all survivors.

University Housing, housing.dasa.ncsu.edu, 919.515.2440. Resident advisors, directors and assistant directors of Housing are trained to assist survivors. They can help you get connected with resources on- or off- campus and can support you with requests for room changes or other housing concerns.

Violence Prevention and Threat Management, 919.513.4224. Provides effective intervention in situations that pose or may pose a threat to the safety of the community and safety planning assistance for faculty staff and students.

Students of Concern, 919.515.2963. Provides support for students who are in crisis or who are identified as exhibiting concerning or worrisome behaviors.

FINANCIAL SUPPORT

Victims’ Compensation Services and the Rape Victims’ Assistance Program reimburses citizens who suffer medical expenses and lost wages as a result of being an innocent victim of a crime committed in North Carolina, including rape, assault and domestic violence. This resources is available to employees and students.

Financial Aid, 919.515.7107. This office is available to support students with concerns about financial aid, billing or other financial issues that occur related to sex discrimination or sexual harassment.

INTERIM MEASURES AND ACCOMMODATIONS

Interim Measures and Accommodations under Title IX provides for remedies and accommodations to a complainant and campus community where appropriate. Interim measures can include but are not limited to the following: issuance of “no contact” orders, relocation in university housing, changes to class schedules, interim suspension, changes to academic and extracurricular activities, adjustments to dining situation and alterations to work schedule.

Lead Deputy Title IX Coordinator ensures that all students, faculty and staff receive interim measures and accommodations, appropriate resources, support, reporting options and response to address sex discrimination, harassment, sexual violence, interpersonal violence and stalking. Contact the lead deputy Title IX coordinator at 919.513.0574 or equalopportunity@ncsu.edu. Please indicate that you seek interim measures.

Student Conduct, studentconduct.dasa.ncsu.edu, 919.515.2963. Student Conduct can assist with interim measures and accommodations for students. Please indicate that you seek interim measures.

Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity, www.ncsu.edu.oied, and oied.ncsu.edu/titleix, 919.513.0574. OIED is home to the NC State’s Title IX coordinator, who coordinates interim protective measures, receives reports of incidents, investigates these matters and works collaboratively with campus partners to resolve issues. Please indicate that you seek interim measures.

ADDITIONAL REPORTING RESOURCES