Reporting Title IX
You Have The Right To Stay In School!
N.C. A&T is committed to creating an environment in which students who have experienced an incident of Sexual Misconduct are encouraged to come forward and make a report. Members of the university community are strongly encouraged to seek support and information from available reporting sources. Immediate reporting is essential for the protection of students.
N.C. A&T encourages you to report abuse and to get any help you need. You have options for reporting abuse and/or finding support for you or a friend. It is important to know your resources. This page includes resources which are confidential or private, on and off campus.
If an individual requests complete confidentiality and/or asks that the university not investigate or seek action against the alleged respondent, such request may limit the university’s ability to respond fully to the complaint, including pursuing any disciplinary action against the alleged Respondent. The university ultimately determines whether or not it can honor such a request while providing a safe and nondiscriminatory environment for the university community. Such determination shall be made by the Title IX Coordinator.
Confidential resources cannot share identifying information about you without your written consent. Individuals bringing forth allegations of sexual violence who request complete confidentiality are strongly encouraged to consult with individuals, who by law have special professional status, such as mental health counselors, physicians, clergy or private attorneys.
See listings below for confidential and private resources.
N.C. A&T is committed to creating an environment in which students who have experienced an incident of Prohibited Conduct are encouraged to come forward and make a report. Members of the university community are strongly encouraged to seek support and information from available reporting sources. Immediate reporting is essential for the protection of students. All sources will provide the reporting student with information about obtaining support, resources, and the process associated with making a report or a complaint with the university and/or with a law enforcement agency.
On Campus Confidential Reporting Sources
- Counseling Services, 109 Murphy Hall, N.C. A&T 336-334-7727
- N.C. A&T Student Health Center
112 North Benbow Rd
Important Reporting Sources Information:
- University Police Department, Ward Hall, N.C. A&T, 336-334-7675 (on-campus)
- Title IX Coordinator, Linda Mangum, 1020 Wendover Avenue Greensboro, 336-334-7862
- Assistant Title IX Coordinator, Veronica Sills, 1020 Wendover Avenue Greensboro, 336-334-7862
- Dean of Students/Associate VC, 205 Murphy Hall, N.C. A&T 336-334-7791
- Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs: 336-334-7675
- Housing and Residence Life, Aggie Village #2, N.C. A&T 336-285-4312
- Student Health Center, N.C. A&T 336-285-2909
Off Campus Confidential Reporting Sources:
Family Services-Domestic Violence and Rape Crisis Services of Greensboro: 336-273-7273 (confidential)
315 E. Washington Street
Greensboro, NC 27401
Rape Hotline: 336-272-7232 (confidential)
Available 24 hours a day/7days a week
Cone Health Hospital Emergency Room: 336-832-7000
1200 North Elm Street
Greensboro, NC 27401
Cone Health Wesley Long, 336-832-1000
501 N. Elam Avenue
Greensboro, NC 27403
Women’s Hospital, 801 Green Valley Road
Greensboro, NC 27408
Guilford County Planned Parenthood: 336-373-0678
1704 Battleground Ave, Greensboro, NC 27408
NC Coalition Against Sexual Assault: 1-888-737-2272
811 Spring Forest Road, Suite 900
Raleigh, NC 27609
Legal Aid of North Carolina Inc.
North Carolina Victim Assistance Network