UNCW families are encouraged to get to know UNCW’s resources in regards to campus safety.
Know the Facts
- Fast Facts: Understand and prepare for various types of emergencies and threats to safety, including hurricanes, pandemic flu, interpersonal violence and more.
- UNCW Alert: Seek official university communications during an emergency
Keep Your Student Safe and Healthy
- Active Shooter checklist (PDF) - details safety precautions to take
- CARE - UNCW resource center focused on preventing and supporting victims of violent behaviors including sexual assault, relationship abuse, stalking and harassment
- Counseling Center - UNCW's official center for individual/group counseling services and mental health resources
- CROSSROADS - UNCW resource for substance abuse prevention and education programs
- Interpersonal Violence - outlines statistics, prevention plans and how to support/help a victim
- No Violence video - discusses a variety of support options and prevention plans for faculty, staff and students who encounter violence
- R.A.D. Self Defense Training - class dates and registration information for Rape Aggression Defense training
- Sexual Harassment - defines harassment and how to report it
- Women's Resource Center - UNCW center that promotes gender equality
Annual Campus Crime Report
- The UNCW Campus Crime and Security Report (PDF) is published and distributed each year in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act [20 USC 1092 (f)].
- The predominant crimes on campus involve property theft from buildings (labeled in this report as burglaries) or regulatory offenses involving the enforcement of alcohol and drug laws and policies.
- UNCW consistently strives to implement a number of measures to increase safety on campus.
Cope with Sexual Assault
Visit www.uncw.edu/emergencyandsafety/sexualassault.html for information about how parents can help sexual assault victims, students accused of sexual misconduct and students who are friends of a victim of sexual assault.