Sexual Assault:

Reporting Options

Different offices and organizations on and off campus provide different levels of support. It’s important that you decide what sort of support you need and contact the appropriate person or support so that you can receive the assistance you need. You are not alone.

Note about confidentiality:

Strictly confidential: These conversations are all confidential. Except in rare, extreme circumstances, nothing will be shared without your permission.

Mostly confidential: These conversations are kept as confidential as possible, but information about incidents of sexual misconduct must be shared with relevant administrators and the Title IX Coordinator so that the University can take action if necessary for reasons of safety. In planning any response, the wishes of the person are given full consideration. 

For Medical Care & Counseling:

Student Health Services

Anna M. Gove Student Health Center
On-campus resources, strictly confidential
Student Health Services provides medical care and counseling services to students. Please note this is not a 24-7 emergency facility.

The Guilford County Family Justice Center

201 S. Greene St., 2nd Floor
336-273– SAFE (7233)
24-hour crisis hotline: 336-273-7213
Off-campus resource, strictly confidential
This center provides consolidated and coordinated legal, social, and health services to those in need. Services include a victim advocate, safety planning, a SANE nurse, medical assistance, and much more.

 Campus Support:

Dean of Students Office

EUC Suite 210
On-campus resource, mostly confidential
Staff assists students by listening to and assessing their concerns, connecting students to appropriate resources, offering options, and assisting students with navigating University policies and procedures.

Title IX Coordinator

Murphie Chappell, J.D.
On-campus resource, mostly confidential
The Title IX Office assists students by receiving and responding to all reports of sexual assault and dating violence received by the University. Title IX response includes providing interim remedies and residential, academic, social, and employment accommodations and conducting equitable and impartial investigations.

For Criminal Investigation:

UNCG Police

Emergency: 336-334-4444
Non-Emergency: 336-334-5963
On-campus resource, mostly confidential
Provides 24-hour contact with the Counseling Center, Dean of Students Office, and other resources; options for anonymously reporting through in-person reports, online reports, and LiveSafe reports; and prosecution options and victim assistance.

Greensboro Police

Emergency: 911
Non-Emergency: 336-373-2222
Off-campus resource, mostly confidential

To report an instance of sexual misconduct anonymously, please feel free to use the Incident Reporting Form.

Guide to reporting for criminal or conduct investigations:

Reporting to Police
(Criminal Investigation)

Reporting an assault to campus police or Greensboro police does not commit a person to pressing charges or prosecuting the assailant. If a survivor chooses to report to police, they will conduct a thorough investigation and collect evidence (including a SANE kit if that was completed) to help with prosecution. The case will then be passed on to the county’s District Attorney’s Office where they will decide (with the survivor) if the case will be tried or not.

Reporting to University
(Student Conduct Investigation)

A student can also choose to file a report to the university – usually through the Dean of Students Office or Title IX Coordinator – if the assailant is/was also a student or employee at UNCG. The university can then bring up charges against the assailant for violations to the Student Code of Conduct or the Faculty/Staff Policy Manual.

Even if the assailant is not a student or employee at UNCG, students are encouraged to report the incident to the university so that the university can connect students with the different resources they may need.