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Sexual Misconduct Advocacy and Resource Team (SMART)

The Counseling and Psychological Services along with campus police have developed the Sexual Misconduct Advocacy and Resource Team (SMART).

The goals of this committee are to educate the campus community through increasing awareness of sexual assault while working to reduce instances of domestic and sexual violence. SMART members are trained to address educational needs as well as work with individuals who have experienced violence.

The SMART members are compiled of a cross section of the campus community. They strive to be educated, aware of, and available for any needs the UNCP community could encounter. The members act as advocates and help with the resources and referral options, on and off campus.

Committee make up:

Membership

Appointed

Term

Lauren Rodefeld (Chair)

Ex-Officio

On-Going

Director of Counseling and

Psychological Services

Ex-Officio

On-Going

Director of Health Services

Ex-Officio

On-Going

Assoc. VC of Student

Affairs Campus Safety &

Emergency Operations

Ex-Officio

On-Going

Campus Police Offer

VC of Student Affairs

3 years

Title IX Coordinator

Ex-Officio

On-Going

Three Faculty Members (3)

Provost

3 years

 

Off Campus Resources

Rape Crisis Center-Robeson County

739-6268

Southeastern Family Violence Center

739-8622

Southeastern Regional Medical Center

671-5000

 

The Sexual Misconduct Advocacy and Resource Team policy can be found here.               

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