Mapping Project

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The NC Campus Mapping Project is Phase I of a multi-phase interactive “map” of the anti-sexual violence work being conducted on NC campuses. Data to inform this project was collected by survey and distributed through the NC Campus Consortium. Phase I allows visitors to search alphabetically by campus to learn about select services offered, contact information, and physical location of the campus. Future phases will enable visitors to search by intervention or programming type and more. Please stayed tuned!!

**All of the following information was self-reported in the fall of 2014 by the colleges/universities below. If there is an asterisks next to the campus name, the information has not been updated since the Fall of 2013.

*Applachian State University

287 Rivers St,
Boone, NC 28608

Contact Person: Suzette Patterson
Job Title: Assistant Director for Gender Education
Phone: 828-262-6158

Title IX Coordinator: Bindu Jayne

Funding for SV prevention and/or response?

Peer Education:

SV education for incoming students?
Yes – It is included in several sessions during orientation; there is no stand alone programming for sexual assault prevention.

SV prevention education on your campus?
Red Flag messaging and programs, Walk for Awareness at the beginning of September, sexual assault awareness programs (usually about 5) in the spring.

When was your sexual misconduct policy last updated?
Currently being updated

Amnesty/Good Samaritan/Responsible Action Policy?

Campus SART?
Yes – Dean of Students, Associate Dean of Students/Student Conduct, Gender Education, and Equity have a response team.

Campus part of community SART?

Campus health provides emergency contraception:

Blind reporting on and/or off campus?
Yes – Campus Police

SV awareness programs:
Clothesline Project, Take Back the Night, White Ribbon Campaign, Red Flag Campaign. We have done all of these, but we don’t do them every year. Also Sex Signals, the J-Spot, Walk for Awareness, 1 in 4. Programming varies based on funding (which is minimal) and student interest.