Campus Community (students, faculty, staff, visitors)

Students ONLY

Is there any place on campus where students can obtain confidential support without making a report to the University?

Chaplain's Office 864.294.2133
Counseling Center
864.294.3031
​Student Health Services
864.294.2180​
These individuals are only confidential when serving in their capacity as listed above.


Is there any place on campus where faculty and staff can obtain confidential support without making a report to the University?

Chaplain's Office 864.294.2133
Ombudspersons

​       Dr. Joe Pollard (faculty)
864.294.3244
​       Dr. Victoria Turgeon (faculty) 864.294.3791​
​       Dr. Gary Clark (staff) ​864.294.3460
These individuals are only confidential when serving in their capacity as listed above.


What trainings are available?

The Title IX Office, in partnership with the Julie Valentine Center, offers a number of trainings for students, faculty, staff and other members of the Furman community. Please use the button below to request a training on any of the following topics:

  • Title IX Policy Overview 
  • 2017-2018 Title IX Update 
  • Consent and Incapacitation 
  • Bystander Intervention 
  • Healthy Relationships 
  • How to Help a Friend—Resources and Options for Someone Who Has Been Sexually Assaulted 
  • Preventing Sexual Harassment
You also can request a customized training on a particular issue, such as Title IX for Study Away Programs.  Click here to request a training.

What other resources are available on campus?

Housing & Residence Life 864.294.2092
Human Resources 864.294.2217
Student Life 864.294.2202
University Police Department 864.294.2111


Are there support persons available?

The following individuals have received training in Furman's Title IX process and have volunteered to assist and support parties (either complainants or respondents) throughout the Title IX process.  The individuals are available to accompany parties, if desired.

Jessica ​Berkey Director, Student Involvement and Inclusion 864.294.2068
Kristin Irwin Assistant Director, Malone Center for Career Engagement 864.294.2106
Marian Strobel Faculty - History 864.294.3072
​Sarah Tobin Student Success Coordinator​ 864.294.2244​


What resources are available off campus?

Campus Conduct Hotline 866.943.5787
Julie Valentine Center for Sexual Assault and Child Abuse Recovery 864.467.3633
Safe Harbor 800.291.​2139
The South Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN)
National Sexual Violence Resource Center
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