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Resources for Students

Some campuses in North Carolina have on-site programs and services to educate and respond to students who experience intimate partner violence, stalking or sexual assault. Other campuses partner with local organizations to provide these critical services. Educate yourself and your friends about how to find help if it’s needed, and do what you can to increase the intolerance of abuse among members of your campus community.

North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault’s Campus Mapping Project

The NC Campus Mapping Project is a multi-phase interactive “map” of the anti-sexual violence work being conducted on our state’s campuses. Data to inform this project was collected by survey and distributed through the North Carolina Campus Consortium. Visitors can search alphabetically by campus to learn about select services offered, contact information, and physical location of the campus resources.

For information on sexual assault services on/near your North Carolina campus, visit NCCASA’s site.

Get Involved!

Most college students (57%) say that they would have a difficult time being able to identify abusive behavior in a friend’s dating relationship. Another 58% say they wouldn’t know how to help someone who was being victimized in an abusive relationship. Learn about dating abuse and how to recognize warning signs.

Some good news: intimate partner violence, sexual violence, and stalking are all preventable! Find out what you can do on your campus to increase awareness and intolerance, and learn the intervention skills needed to make your campus a safer place.

Additional Campus Resources on Policy and Programming

ModelCampus: Title IX Action Guide (NC Coalition Against Domestic Violence, 2017)

NCCADV created this guide to assist campuses in preventing and addressing intimate partner violence on campuses in a trauma-informed and federally compliant manner. This guide covers the following IPV-related topics:

  • Prevention and education
  • Support services
  • Reporting and privacy concerns
  • Investigation and adjudication
  • Policy development

Guidance and Model Policy Documents (NC Coalition Against Domestic Violence, 2015)

NCCADV has created guidance to help colleges as they develop policies and programs for:

  • domestic/intimate partner violence
  • stalking
  • sexual violence

If you are interested in further information on how NCCADV can assist campuses in preventing and responding to intimate partner violence, contact Carolina Alzuru, Director of Training.