Student supporting a student in crisis

Support a Survivor

If you are a bystander, witness or have knowledge of an incident, you may need resources to assist another student or employee.

Support is Vital

Whether you are a survivor, accused or otherwise impacted, you can use the following resources to learn about non-confidential emotional support, interim measures and accommodations, financial support and additional reporting resources.

Women’s Center, www.ncsu.edu/womens-center, 919.515.2012. Provides support to survivors of sexual and relationship violence including stalking. Services include crisis counseling intervention, academic/housing advocacy, accompaniment to court, student conduct hearings and law enforcement agencies, and referrals to other services on campus or in the community. The NC State Women’s Center serves all NC State students and welcomes students of all genders, gender expressions and sexual orientations.

GLBT Center, www.ncsu.edu/glbt, 919.513.9742. Understands the unique needs and circumstances of LGBTQ-identified survivors and can provide support and resources.

Multicultural Student Affairs, www.ncsu.edu/msa, 919.515.3835. Understands the influence of culture on an individual’s experience. Can provide support and resources for all survivors.

Sexual Assault Helpline, 919-515-4444, 24/7/365 hotline available to anyone impacted by dating violence, sexual assault, rape, stalking or other forms of gender-based violence. Advocates provide callers with emotional support and information about their rights, options and resources. Students can also reach advocates by emailing ncsuadvocate@ncsu.edu.

Students of Concern, 919.515.2963. Provides support for students who are in crisis or who are identified as exhibiting concerning or worrisome behaviors.

University Housing, housing.dasa.ncsu.edu, 919.515.2440. Resident advisors, directors and assistant directors of Housing are trained to assist survivors. They can help you get connected with resources on- or off- campus and can support you with requests for room changes or other housing concerns.

Violence Prevention and Threat Management, 919.513.4224. Provides effective intervention in situations that pose or may pose a threat to the safety of the community and safety planning assistance for faculty staff and students.