Resources

  • For Students

    Title IX Coordinator: Alesia Smith, Executive Director of Equity Compliance/Title IX Coordinator, Office of Access & Equity, alesias@clemson.edu, 110 Holtzendorff. Accepts complaints regarding discrimination based on sex or gender or sexual harassment, including sexual violence. This office investigates complaints when the alleged perpetrator is an employee or a student. The office will also investigate complaints when the alleged perpetrator is a visitor and the incident occurs on University property.
    864-656-3311

    Office of Advocacy and Success: Provides care and support to all CU students. Can assist students in identifying campus resources and making complaints related to the Anti-Harassment and Non-Discrimination policy.
    864-656-0471

    Crisis Counseling: Student victims of sexual violence can seek crisis counseling services through Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS). During normal business hours, CAPS can be contacted by calling 864-656-2451. After hours and on weekends, CAPS can be contacted by calling 864-656-2222 asking for the CAPS on-call counselor. All victims of sexual violence may seek crisis counseling services through the Pickens County Advocacy Center.

    CUPD Victim Assistance: The Clemson University Police Department assists all campus crime victims with referrals, transportation, court familiarization and compensation. 
    864-656-2222

  • For Employees

    Title IX Coordinator: Alesia Smith, Executive Director of Equity Compliance/Title IX Coordinator, Office of Access & Equity, alesias@clemson.edu, 110 Holtzendorff. Accepts complaints regarding discrimination based on sex or gender or sexual harassment, including sexual violence. This office investigates complaints when the alleged perpetrator is an employee or a student. The office will also investigate complaints when the alleged perpetrator is a visitor and the incident occurs on University property.
    864-656-3311

    Employee Assistance Program: The Office of Human Resources offers confidential, professional referral assistance to faculty and staff by contacting the Employee Assistance Program at 864-656-3360 or 864-656-2726. Assistance is available for personal problems (including depression, emotional problems and substance abuse) that may impact job performance. Initial counseling is generally provided through qualified state agencies at no charge. 

    CUPD Victim Assistance: The Clemson University Police Department assists all campus crime victims with referrals, transportation, court familiarization and compensation.
    864-656-2222

  • Off Campus Resources

    Pickens County Advocacy Center: The mission of Pickens County Advocacy Center is to provide optimum quality direct services to the victims of sexual assault and their families in Pickens County. The Pickens County Advocacy Center aims to provide an advocate that can be there for any victim in their time of need, and to show each victim that someone does believe them and is on their side.
    864-442-5500

    Foothills Sexual Trauma Center (Anderson and Oconee Counties): Foothills Alliance is a nonprofit agency that encompasses three programs: Sexual Trauma Center, Child Advocacy Center and Prevent Child Abuse. The Sexual Trauma Center is a multi-services program responding to the needs of child and adult sexual trauma survivors in Anderson and Oconee counties. The center provides support for survivors, family members and others involved in the survivor’s recovery.
    1-800-585-8952

    MARYS House (Domestic and Relationship Violence): MARYS House provides emergency shelter and services to families fleeing domestic violence. The MARYS House family (staff, volunteers and Board of Directors) works toward the prevention and cessation of domestic violence through intervention, education, and outreach.
    864-859-9191

    Safe Harbor (Domestic and Relationship Violence): Safe Harbor is a organization that provides safe shelter, counseling and advocacy for victims of domestic violence, as well as leadership for education and prevention efforts throughout its four-county area of Anderson, Greenville, Oconee and Pickens, South Carolina. Safe Harbor offers a continuum of services, providing safe emergency shelter, counseling, legal advocacy and transitional housing, as well as community outreach and teen dating violence education.
    1-800-291-2139

    South Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault: SCCADVASA works to make the community aware of issues, problems, policy and legislation regarding domestic violence and sexual assault. SCCADVASA supports domestic violence and sexual assault member programs, provides education, and advocates for social reform to eradicate interpersonal violence in South Carolina.
    1-803-256-2900

    RAINN: Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network: RAINN is the nation's largest anti-sexual violence organization. RAINN created and operates the National Sexual Assault Hotline (800-656-HOPE and online.rainn.org). RAINN also carries out programs to prevent sexual violence, help victims and ensure that rapists are brought to justice
    1-800-656-4673

    National Coalition Against Domestic Violence: NCADV is composed of people dealing with the concerns of battered women and their families. They represent both rural and urban areas. The mission of the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV) is to organize for collective power by advancing transformative work, thinking and leadership of communities and individuals working to end the violence in our lives. Anonymous and confidential help 24/7 – 1-800-799-Safe (7233), 1-800-787-3224 (TTY)