It’s time to say eNOugh.

Resources for Staff and Faculty of North Carolina Colleges and Universities

Serving Survivors on Campus

Students often look to trusted campus staff and faculty members for assistance when they encounter difficult personal or social situations. Due to the shockingly high prevalence of intimate partner violence, stalking and sexual violence on our nation’s campuses, staff should be aware of all potential avenues for assistance on their campus and in the broader community, and be prepared to support students by making the appropriate referrals

Here are some tools for best practices for faculty/staff on college campuses:

How to avoid victim blaming

How to avoid transphobic language as an ally

Helping professionals understand the dangers of rape culture and it’s impact on dating violence

Information regarding engaging men in intimate partner violence work

NCCADV’s ModelCampus guide covers best practices surrounding the following IPV-related topics:

  • Prevention and education
  • Support services
  • Reporting and privacy concerns
  • Investigation and adjudication
  • Policy development

Condensed protocol and procedure sheets, referred to as “one pagers

Examples that can be used for mock hearings for judicial boards

NCCADV Campus Membership, Training, and Technical Assistance

The North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence offers training and technical assistance to member campuses about preventing and responding to intimate partner violence.

Each Campus Membership helps NCCADV strengthen the anti-violence movement across North Carolina. Join today to foster connections with other campus professionals who are striving to make our state IPV-free. For more information on the benefits of membership for staff, faculty, AND students, click here, or contact Taylour Johnson, Campus Services Specialist.