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NCCU, Title IX Compliance & Campus Resources


February 6, 2019

NCCU Students, Faculty and Staff:

North Carolina Central University must comply with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (“Title IX”), which prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex (including sexual harassment, sexual violence, and pregnancy) in the university's educational programs and activities. A newly proposed plan was unveiled by the U.S. Department of Education in November 2018 that would impact how schools are required to handle cases of sexual misconduct under Title IX. Over 100,000 comments were submitted to the Department of Education during a public comment period that ended just last week. The university will provide additional updates when final changes to Title IX are formalized and implemented by the Department of Education.

Although changes may be on the horizon at the federal level, NCCU’s Sexual Misconduct Policy (POL 01.04.4) continues to apply to all members of the NCCU community, including students, faculty, staff, administrators, volunteers, vendors, independent contractors, and any individuals regularly or temporarily employed, studying, living, visiting, conducting business or having any official capacity with the university. The Policy describes prohibited sexual misconduct, establishes procedures for responding to reports of sexual misconduct, and sets forth resources available to students and employees. All faculty and staff (with the exclusion of certain individuals who provide services to NCCU as licensed professional counselors) are considered responsible employees who must report instances of sexual misconduct to NCCU’s Title IX Coordinator.

All reports of sexual misconduct at North Carolina Central University—whether they are made by complainants, bystanders, or responsible employees—are taken extremely seriously and are immediately and thoroughly investigated by our Title IX office, as well as the NCCU Police Department or a collaborating law enforcement agency. A number of resources are available.

The safety, health and well-being of our students, faculty and staff are our utmost priority.

Thank you.


To report sexual assault, dating violence or stalking (experienced by you or someone you know):

University Police: (919) 530-6106

Title IX Coordinator: (919) 530-7944

Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards: (919) 530-5469

DUKE Hospital Rape Kit & Medical Exam: (919) 684-2413


OR to have a confidential conversation:

Counseling Center: (919) 530-7646

Women’s Center – Crisis Specialist: (919) 539-6994

Office of Spiritual Development & Dialogue: (919) 530-6201

NCCU Law School, Office of Wellness: (919) 530-5156


For sexual assault, interpersonal violence, or stalking emotional support and coping:

Counseling Center: (919) 530-7646

Women’s Center: (919) 530-6994

Office of Spiritual Development & Dialogue: (919) 530-6201

NCCU Law School, Office of Wellness: (919) 530-5156

Durham Crisis Response Center: (919) 403-6562 – 24 hour Crisis Line


These resources are available to anyone experiencing unwanted sexual contact, interpersonal violence or stalking.

A report of sexual misconduct, dating violence, or stalking can be made by anyone at any time by visiting www.nccu.edu and clicking on NCCU Title IX Webpage here: http://www.nccu.edu/administration/dhr/titleix/index.cfm.

Si necesita ayuda en Español, contacta el centro hispano: (919) 687-4636.


Published: Wednesday, February 06, 2019
by Associate Vice Chancellor, Ayana D Hernandez
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NCCU complies with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, which prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in all programs and activities (including sexual harassment and sexual violence) in the University's educational programs and activities. For additional resources or to file a Title IX complaint, visit the NCCU's Title IX webpage.
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