OFFICE FOR INSTITUTIONAL EQUITY AND DIVERSITY
RESOURCES FOR REPORTING CONCERNS
According to NC State’s Equal Opportunity and Non-Discrimination Policy (POL 04.25.05), the State of North Carolina has a responsibility “to provide equality of opportunity in education and employment for all students and employees.” In doing so, we must prohibit any action that unjustly discriminates, harasses, intimidates, threatens, retaliates against or creates an abusive or hostile educational or working environment for any student, faculty or staff member of NC State University. When these incidents occur, it is our obligation to investigate and remedy the situation including holding violators accountable.
If you are the victim of such negative behavior or witness it happen to others, we encourage you to report the incident immediately. There are several ways you can do that:
Campus Security Authority Incident Report Form
Use the Campus Security Authority Incident Report Form to pursue criminal action for incidents of harassment that may also be crimes under state criminal law, including sexual violence, relationship violence or stalking. The NC State Police Department will formally investigate these incidents or assist complainants in contacting local law enforcement for incidents that occur outside of the NC State Police Department’s jurisdiction. If you are ever in an emergency situation, immediately call 911. To report a non-emergency incident to law enforcement, call (919) 515-3000.
Online Crime Report
The Online Crime Report Form should be used for crimes involving damage to personal or state property valued at less than $1,000 or theft of personal or state property valued at less than $1,000 that is taken without your permission or property that is missing or lost.
Online Welfare Report
This Online Welfare Report Form should be used when reporting concern for someone who has experienced relationship violence, stalking, harassment, signs of poor psychological well-being, signs of poor medical well-being or possession of a prohibited weapon where there is no immediate threat or danger.
Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity
Complaint Form for Discrimination, Harassment and Retaliation
Use the Complaint Form for Discrimination, Harassment and Retaliation to report a Title IX concern, including complaints regarding sex discrimination, sexual violence, interpersonal violence including domestic violence, dating violence, stalking, sexual harassment and concerns related to pregnancy discrimination, or call (919) 515-7258. An investigator will respond to your complaint.
If you are a Responsible Employee, you have an obligation to report relationship violence, sexual misconduct or stalking to the university Title IX Coordinator. To report, please use either the online reporting form above or the NC State Incident Reporting Form.
Anonymous Reporting (Title IX Coordinator)
An individual may make an anonymous report of an incident of sex discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual violence or exploitation, relationship violence, or stalking to the Title IX Coordinator. A report may be made without disclosing one’s own name, or requesting any action. This option is NOT available for Responsible Employees (see above). The university’s ability to respond or take further action may be impacted by the level of information provided about the incident or individuals involved. While this option is available, a reporting party is encouraged to provide as much information as possible.
Please complete the Complaint Form for Discrimination, Harassment and Retaliation (also above). The information you provide will be kept confidential to the extent permitted by law. If you have questions, please contact Robinette Kelley, associate vice provost for equal opportunity, at 919-515-8694 or at email@example.com.
Office of Student Conduct
If you have questions about whether a behavior is considered a violation, please contact the Office of Student Conduct. The mission of the Office of Student Conduct is to contribute to the educational mission of the university and to support a safe environment conducive to academic excellence.
Reporting Concerning, Worrisome or Threatening Behaviors
Use the Concerning Behavior Report to share concerns for a student, faculty or staff member. For assistance or consultation while completing this referral, please contact the Department of Student and Community Standards at (919) 515-2963 for student concerns.
Human Resources provides services for prospective, new and existing employees. Contact Employee Relations for services based on a wide range of issues related to individual employment as well as organizational effectiveness and work environment issues.
Bias Incident Response Team (BIRT)
The Bias Incident Response Team at NC State is a system through which the university processes incidents of bias reported through the existing resources listed above. BIRT enables the university to better respond to and support individuals and communities who are impacted, to provide transparency about how the university responds to the incidents and to design appropriate educational interventions to improve our campus climate.
The university has confidential resource to address your concerns. See a list of resources below:
Emergency/crisis counseling for students 24 hours a day, every day of the year.
Student Legal Services
Available to inform students of all legal options related to sex discrimination or gender based violence.
Student Health Services
Convenient on-campus medical services to NC State students.
Sexual Assault Helpline
24/7/365 hotline available to anyone impacted by dating violence, sexual assault, rape, stalking or other form of gender-based violence.
Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (FASAP)
Confidential counseling to help employees, partners and dependent family members cope with personal problems.
These are offices that are required to report incidents, but can do so without revealing identifying information if the individual does not wish to share it.
Semi-confidential advocacy and support office on campus for sexual and relationship violence survivors.
Support for GLBT-identified students and allies who have experienced gender based violence or discrimination.
Violence Prevention and Threat Management
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.
Trained to assist students with a variety of concerns and also direct students to necessary resources (i.e., medical, counseling, etc.).
Students of Concern
Provides support for students who are in crisis or who are identified as exhibiting concerning or worrisome behaviors.
This office is available to support students with concerns about financial aid, billing or other finance issues that occur related to sex discrimination or sexual harassment.
The Solace Center, located at InterAct of Wake County at 1012 Oberlin Road, is a designated area for the forensic examination and treatment of survivors of rape/sexual assault.
InterAct, located near campus, is a non-profit United Way Agency that provides services to survivors of domestic violence and rape/sexual assault. Services include short-term counseling, court assistance, support groups, information and referrals, and S.A.F.E Center accompaniment.