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This center provides services specific to survivors of sexual and relationship violence. They offer counseling, as well as provide emotional and moral support through personal advocates to accompany survivors to various meetings. A more thorough description of their services and contact information can be found here.
The number for their 24-hour anonymous and confidential Relationship and Sexual Violence Phone (RSVP) line is 919-618-RAPE (7273).
This office handles complaints about student misconduct. They also help students with legal representation. Their website, with resources, procedures, and rules can be found here.
NC State provides numerous advocacy and support resources through their Title IX program. Title IX is most popularly connected to funding for women’s sports, but the program also deals with sexual discrimination within the university. The program officers are responsible for addressing complaints regarding sex discrimination across the university.
This office may help students navigate the process of reporting and investigating sexual harassment. They provide a page detailing the specific process and links to relevant information here.
To lodge a complaint online, visit this page. After submission, you should be contacted within a few days. The Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity will review the report and determine which office(s) on campus will be involved in the subsequent investigation.
The Counseling Center at NC State can address issues from anxiety to depression.
You can reach them at 919-515-2423 or visit the Counseling Center website for more information