Supporting Survivors with Disabilities
We aim to ensure that survivors with disabilities are aware of the available support and provide awareness to the campus community.
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.
Interview with Evelyn Reiman, Molly Hays Glander Fund Co-Founder
This year marks the twentieth anniversary of the Molly Hays Glander Fund, a fund set up at NC State to assist survivors of sexual assault.
Women’s Center Recognizes DVAM with Film and Panels
Each year, the Women’s Center recognizes Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM) with a full slate of programs and events throughout the month of October. Halfway through the month, seven events have taken place across campus to raise awareness of domestic and dating violence on campus and in the broader community.
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.
“Embrace Your Voice” During Sexual Assault Awareness Month
Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) takes place every April and is part of a national initiative to raise awareness about sexual violence. This year’s theme, “Embrace your Voice,” speaks to the importance of creating a culture that supports survivors of sexual violence. NC State aims to create a campus in which our students believe and support survivors, do not accept acts of violence and join efforts to create a safer campus and a safer world for all of us.