UNC Greensboro understands the prevalence of interpersonal violence and the serious impacts these acts have on individuals and the University community as a whole. This University is dedicated to providing a comprehensive prevention, response, and support services to address these acts of violence including sexual violence, relationship violence, and stalking.
Intimate Partner Violence Prevention
The Department of Recreation and Wellness collaborates closely with campus and community partners in an effort to prevent interpersonal violence through awareness, education, and outreach. Our major prevention efforts include:
- Sexual Assault Awareness Week (including Take Back the Night and Clotheslines Project)
- Dating Violence Awareness Month (including the Red Flag Campaign)
- SPARTA peer education workshops for classroom and residence halls programs
For more info about upcoming programs and how to get more involved, click here.
Intimate Partner Violence Response
At UNCG, we believe in using a system that gives survivors as much control over the response process as possible.
Understanding your options after an assault can be extremely confusing and overwhelming for students.
UNCG is pleased to announce our Campus Violence Response Center.
The CVRC is located on the ground floor of the Gove Student Health Center building. Visit the website here http://cvrc.uncg.edu/
Phone: (336) 334-9839