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Sexual Violence, Interpersonal Violence, & Stalking Prevention

UNC-Chapel Hill recognizes the prevalence and impact of sexual violence, interpersonal violence, stalking and harassment within our community.

The University provides services for those students who have experienced these types of violence and harassment and adjudication of violations of the Policy on Prohibited Discrimination, Harassment, and Related Misconduct. Student Wellness helps build capacity for prevention of these issues as well as informing students of resources for their peers.  Have you experienced sexual assault, interpersonal violence, or stalking? Get help here.

In addition to supporting a campus-wide response, staff in Student Wellness focus on the prevention of violence by empowering all students to take responsibility for creating a violence-free community by becoming engaged bystanders. While the responsibility for interpersonal violence, sexual assault, and stalking lies with the perpetrators of these crimes, we can all play a role in preventing violence and looking out for each other’s safety.

Our Services Include:

We also collaborate with other departments on initiatives such as:

  • HAVEN, a skills-building training to increase support for student survivors of interpersonal and sexual violence
  • SAFE at UNC website, a portal for students, faculty, staff, and stakeholders at The University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill around the prevention of and response to violence including stalking/harassment, abusive relationships, and sexual violence.
  • Healthy Relationships modules and workshops through the UNC LGBTQ Center
  • Delta Advocates program with the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life, Panhellenic Council, Title IX Program Coordinator, and Gender Violence Services Coordinators

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