Reporting Misconduct/Title IX

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Reporting Misconduct

Important information for individuals who may be victims of sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, or stalking:

If you or someone you know may have been a victim of the behaviors listed above or any other type of violence, you are strongly encouraged to seek immediate assistance.

Assistance can be obtained 24 HOURS A DAY, 7 DAYS A WEEK, FROM Campus Security 336-342-4261, extension 2299 located in the WHITCOMB STUDENT CENTER, ROOM 201

During business hours (8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday, 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Friday), you are also strongly encouraged to contact one of the following individuals:

Joy Chappell, Director of Human Resources/Title IX Coordinator
336-342-4261, extension 2265;
Ms. Chappell’s office is located in the Administration Building, Room 128.

If unavailable, CONTACT:

Mr. Steve Woodruff
Vice President for Administrative Services
Administration Building, Room 170C
336-342-4261, extension 2209

Dr. Carolyn Salanger
Vice President for Student Development
Whitcomb Student Center, Room 202C
336-342-4261, extension 2128

*Additional resources for victims of sexual offense/assault are listed below.

Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act (VAWA, 2013, 2015)

The Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act (VAWA), also known as the Campus Save Act, was enacted to educate students, faculty, and staff on the prevention of rape, acquaintance rape, domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking. Rockingham Community College (RCC) recognizes the importance of assisting individuals who are victims of sexual assault and helping them regain a sense of personal control over their lives and decisions. RCC is committed to the maintenance of an environment that is supportive of its primary educational mission and free from all exploitation and intimidation. RCC will not tolerate rape, sexual assault, or other forcible and non-forcible sex offenses and supports this policy for students, faculty, and staff by sponsoring prevention, intervention, and education programs specifically addressing these offenses. The following definitions are terms related to the Campus Save Act and include a listing of sexual offenses as well.

Child Sexual Offense/Assault

North Carolina Law [NC General Statute 7B-301 and 115C-400] requires reporting of any known or suspected case of child abuse or neglect (a child is an unmarried victim under age 18) by a “parent, guardian, custodian or caretaker” to the local Department of Social Services within 24 hours.
Chapter 7B – North Carolina General Statutes
Chapter 115C – North Carolina General Statutes

North Carolina Law [NC General Statute 108A-102] also requires reporting of any known or suspected abuse, neglect or exploitation of disabled adults (age 18 and over) by their caretaker to the Department of Social Services. The disability can be mental or physical, as long as it prevents the adult from obtaining essential services.
Chapter 108A – North Carolina General Statutes

Even though the law requires reporting of abuse, neglect and exploitation of minors and disabled adults only in certain situations, RCC feels that ethically all suspected incidences should be reported. Therefore the established protocol of RCC is to report any suspected abuse, neglect, or exploitation of minors and disabled adults to the Department of Social Services within 24 hours. Because of the traumatic nature of sexual assault, victims will be referred to RCC Counseling Services to assist with counseling, support, advocacy, education, etc.

Resources for Victims of Sexual Offense/Assault

For emergencies dial 911

Rockingham Community College (RCC) 

RCC Campus Security Office
(336) 342-4261 ext. 2299 or 2326
Campus Security Web Page

Vice President of Student Development
(336) 342-4261 ext. 2128

Student Development/Admissions/Counseling
(336) 342-4261 ext. 2333

Crisis Centers 

Help, Inc. Center Against Violence
(336) 342-3332 (24/7 Crisis Hotline)
Help Inc. Website

Department of Social Services
(336) 342-1394
(336) 342-3537 (Emergency/weekend hotline)
Department of Social Services Website

Children’s Services 

Children’s Advocacy Center (Kaleidoscope)
(336) 342-3331
Children’s Advocacy Center’s Website

Youth Services
(336) 342-5756
Youth Services’ Website

Medical Services 

Annie Penn Hospital
Reidsville, NC
(336) 951-4000
Annie Penn Website

UNC-Rockingham Hospital
Eden, NC
(336) 623-9711
UNC-R Website

Free Clinic of Rockingham County
(336) 349-3220
Free Clinic Website

Local Law Enforcement 

Rockingham County Sheriff’s Dept.
(336) 634-3232
Sheriff’s Dept. Website

Eden Police Department
(336) 623-9755
EPD Website

Madison Police Department
(336) 548-6097
Madison PD Website

Mayodan Police Department
(336) 548-6038
Mayodan PD Webpage

Reidsville Police Department
(336) 349-1010
RPD Webpage

Stoneville Police Department
(336) 573-9862
SPD Webpage

State & National Victim’s Services 

Victim and Justice Services
(919) 733-7974 or 1-800-826-6200
Victim and Justice Services Website

Rape Victims Assistance Program
(800) 826-6200
Rape Victims Assistance Program Website

NC SAVAN (Statewide Automated Victim Assistance & Notification)
(877) 627-2826
NC SAVAN Website

RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network)
(800) 656-4673 (HOPE) (24/7 hotline)
RAINN (online hotline)

NC Coalition Against Sexual Assault
(919) 888-737-2272
NC Coalition Against Sexual Assault Website

NC Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Eastern Office in Durham (919) 956-9124 or (888) 232-9124
After Hours: 1-800-799-7233
Western Office in Asheville (828) 505-3708
NC Coalition Against Domestic Violence Website


Rockingham Community College
PO Box 38
215 Wrenn Memorial Rd.
Wentworth, NC 27375


Monday to Thursday:
8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Friday: 8:00 am – 12:00 pm


336-349-9986 (fax)