Campus Sexual Assault: Reporting Options

Survivor Reporting Options

Sexual Assault is any sexual contact or behavior that occurs without consent of the recipient, including attempted rape, groping and forced kissing. North Carolina A&T prohibits all forms of sexual harassment and sexual misconduct including:

  • Sexual Assault
  • Sexual Exploitation
  • Stalking
  • Voyeurism
  • Exposure
  • Video or audio taping of sexual activity
  • Sexual activity resulting from emotional coercion

N.C. A&T is required by law and university policy to investigate complaints or sexual misconduct/assault to ensure a fair, effective, and comprehensive response to complaints, to protect each individual who is affected and prevent further sexual misconduct/assault. Common steps in a investigation include, but are not limted to, determining a violation, interviewing the victim and accused, refer the investigative findings to the student conduct process, and ensure corrective measures as appropriate.

Steps for faculty and staff if a student discloses a sexual assault:

Step 1: Care for the students

  • Offer non-judgmental support and ensure that they are safe.
  • Encourage student to get medical attention.
  • Disclose to student that you are a mandated reporter.

Step 2: Connect the student with resources

  • Counseling Services: 336-334-7727
  • University Police Department (UPD): 336-334-7675
  • Student Health Center: 336-334-7880

Step 3: Contact the Title IX Coordinator for students


Medical Assistance

  • Students can go to Cone Wesley Long Hospital for medical assistance: 336-832-1000.
  • A free Sexual Assault Exam is available at Wesley Long. The exam includes preventive treatment for sexually transmitted infections, pregnancy, and evidence collection. The exam is conducted by a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) who is a Registered Nurse with advanced training and certification in conducting sexual assault exams.

 

Emergency Services

  • Students can call 911 for 24-hour emergency services from the Greensboro Police Department.
  • Students can also call the Guilford County Sheriff Department: 336-641-3694.

 

Advocacy and Support Services

  • Rape Hotline: 336-272-7232, available 24 hours a day/7 days a week
  • Family Service-Domestic Violence and Rape Crisis Services of Greensboro: 336-273-7273
  • Cone Health Hospital Emergency Room: 336-832-7000
  • Women’s Hospital: 336-832-6500
  • N.C. Coalition Against Sexual Assault: 888-737-2272
  • Legal Aid of North Carolina Inc.: 919-856-2564
  • North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault: 919-871-1015

 

Counseling Services

  • Counselors are not required to report an assault to law enforcement.
  • Services are free, confidential and provided by licensed mental health professionals.
  • 109 Murphy Hall, M-F, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., 336-334-7727 

 

Campus Community Response Team

  • Offers support and advocacy for housing reassignments, class schedule changes, community referrals, information about the reporting process and assist with contacting UPD and the hospital. 336-285-2926 

 

Office of the Dean of Students

  • Offers information to students about options through the internal disciplinary system as well as support regarding academics and housing concerns.
  • Mr. Marc Williams (dean) or Ms. Donna Blue: 336-334-7791

N.C. A&T does not discriminate against any person on the basis of age, color, disabilty, gender identity, genetic information, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. For inquiries regarding non-discrimination policies, contact Title IX Coordinator Linda Mangum at lmangum@ncat.edu.

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