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There are many resources available to you on campus and in the Greenville community.

On-campus Resources

Confidential Resources

The university encourages all community members to make a prompt report of any incident of sexual harassment, sexual violence, stalking or intimate partner violence to local law enforcement and the University. For individuals who are not prepared to make a report, or who may be unsure what happened, but are still seeking information and support, there are several on-campus confidential resources available. Confidential resources will not share any information with the University or anyone else, unless there is an imminent risk of harm to self or others.

Confidential Support for Students

  • Office of Spiritual Life
  • Counseling Center
  • Earle Student Health Center

Confidential Support for Faculty and Staff

  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Office of Spiritual Life
  • Dr. Joe Pollard (Faculty Ombudsperson)
  • Dr. Victoria Turgeon (Faculty Ombudsperson)
  • Dr. Gary Clark (Staff Ombudsperson)

Off-campus Resources

Information for the Campus Community


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

  • Sexual Misconduct Policy Overview
  • Consent and Incapacitation
  • Bystander Intervention (Step Up! Program)
  • Healthy Relationships
  • How to Help a Friend—Resources and Options for Someone Who Has Been Sexually Assaulted
  • Preventing Sexual Harassment

You also can request customized training on a particular issue, such as Preventing and Responding to Sexual Misconduct on Study Away Programs.

Request training