NC State Pioneer Rhonda Sutton: Serving, Advocating, Leading
Rhonda Sutton was an early leader of the Women’s Center who contributed to the center’s current strengths in advocacy, programming and support for survivors.
A Survivor Toolkit for Navigating the COVID-19 Crisis
Students who have been impacted by IPV must often navigate unprecedented changes and obstacles in the midst of COVID-19.
COVID-19’s Unique Impacts on Survivors of Interpersonal Violence
Five weeks into social distancing, we have all felt a multitude of emotions as we make our way through the experience of the collective trauma of COVID-19.
Reporting Sexual Harassment and Interpersonal Violence During COVID-19
We are available to help students and employees experiencing sexual harassment, sexual violence, stalking, relationship/interpersonal violence or related concerns.
Film Screening Draws Attention to Dating Violence
Yeardley Love was murdered by her college boyfriend three weeks before graduation. Her family created the One Love Foundation.
Building Healthy Relationship Practices
Many adult college students feel in the dark about what a healthy relationship actually looks like. So who can we turn to as students, as many of us get into intimate relationships for the very first time?
Clothesline Project Helps Heal Survivors of Interpersonal Violence through Art
During Sexual Assault Awareness Month, the emotionally moving Clothesline Project raises awareness about sexual violence. Each of NC State's Campus Community Centers has dedicated space for the project, which features the work of survivors of interpersonal violence who share their experience through art.
January is Stalking Awareness Month
January is Stalking Awareness Month. Stalking involves any kind of repeated unwanted contact that causes a reasonable person fear. While stalking is one of the least publicly discussed forms of interpersonal violence, it disproportionately affects college students.
Domestic Violence Awareness Month Events to Examine Serious Issues
October marks the start of Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM). Some may wonder why it’s important that NC State recognize this month, may assume that domestic violence is just a women’s problem or may have never taken a moment to stop and think about the breadth and depth of the issue.
Women's Center Launches Sexual Assault Helpline
In partnership with the Counseling Center, the Women’s Center has launched the Sexual Assault Helpline (919-515-4444), which replaces the former Relationship and Sexual Violence (RSVP) Line as NC State's main crisis intervention phone line for students dealing with sexual or relationship violence and stalking.