Safety and Health Concerns

The University is strongly committed to providing a welcoming and inclusive campus environment for all students, faculty and staff.┬áThe University also prohibits discrimination and harassment based upon a number of protected statuses, including race, national origin and color. The University strongly encourages individuals who believe they are experiencing prohibited harassment on the basis of their race, national origin or color to contact the UNC Equal Opportunity and Compliance Office. Additional information regarding the EOC Office and the University’s Policy on Prohibited Discrimination, Harassment and Related Misconduct is available online at: eoc.unc.edu

The health and safety of our graduate students is paramount, and we strongly encourage graduate students who feel they have been treated in an abusive way to seek guidance through the following resources.

* Indicates a resource that can be confidential, but please note that many of other resources will still treat the information shared as private, meaning that it may not be shared at all or may only be shared with individuals who have a direct role in addressing or resolving the issues. We encourage students to ask the reporting resource how/if their report will be shared.

See also:

New Student Modules:
Resilience & resources- Who should you contact when you're in difficulty or crisis?

CHART Guide:
Resilience & Resources