Reporting to the University is one option available to you if you have experienced discrimination, harassment, sexual violence, interpersonal violence, or stalking. Reporting to the University provides you with the option of addressing the incident under the University’s Policy on Prohibited Discrimination, Harassment and Related Misconduct. It also allows the University to provide any available interim protective measures such as academic accommodations, changes to housing, and changes to class or work schedules.

The list below provides the ways in which a report can be made to the University. If making a report in person, you can bring someone to support you, including but not limited to a friend, roommate, or family member.

Report to the University (Private But Not Anonymous)

The University offers an online reporting option through the Equal Opportunity and Compliance Office. If you would like to speak to someone directly, you are encouraged to contact any of the options below.

  • Report and Response Coordinators
    Ew Quimbaya-Winship or Rebecca Gibson
    Suite 3226 (Room 3225A) SASB North or 137 E. Franklin Street, Suite 23
    (919) 843-3878 or eqw@unc.edu (Ew); (919) 445-1578 or rmgibson@unc.edu (Rebecca)
    Monday – Friday from 8 am – 5 pm
  • Title IX Compliance Coordinator
    Adrienne Allison
    Equal Opportunity and Compliance Office
    137 E. Franklin St., Suite 23
    (919) 962-7177 or adrienne.allison@unc.edu
    Monday – Friday from 8 am – 5 pm
  • Equal Opportunity and Compliance Director
    Brandon Washington
    Equal Opportunity and Compliance Office
    137 E. Franklin St., Suite 404
    (919) 966-7545 or brandonw@unc.edu
    Monday – Friday from 8 am – 5 pm
  • Equal Opportunity and Compliance Office
    eoc.unc.edu, (919) 966-3576, eoc@unc.edu
    Monday – Friday from 8 am – 5 pm

Report to the University (Anonymous)

There are two ways to make an anonymous report to the University:

Please note that reporting an incident without disclosing your name (i.e., anonymously) will prevent the University from being able to provide you with interim protective measures (such as academic accommodations, no-contact orders, safe housing options, change of work schedule) because University staff will not be able to contact you. Reporting anonymously may also impact the University’s ability to investigate and/or take disciplinary action.