• Get Help on Campus

  • Howard University

Confidential Advocacy Services

  • For confidential advocacy services, contact the Interpersonal Violence Prevention Program.

    The Howard University Interpersonal Violence Prevention Program is committed to enhancing the safety and quality of life of students, staff, and faculty through education and training related to dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking prevention and intervention. The Interpersonal Violence Prevention Program provides:

    (1)    Coordinated campus community response to domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault and stalking.

    (2)    Prevention and education programs for students, staff, administrators, and faculty.

    (3)    Training for campus police, members of the campus judicial board, faculty and staff.

    (4)    Referrals to community and campus resources.

    (5)    Advocacy for victims and survivors. 

  • Main

    202-806-7647

  • Text

    202-836-1401

  • Address

    2205 4th Street NW, Office 025, Washington, DC 20059

  • Website

    http://CampusSafetyFirst.Howard.Edu

  • Email

    violenceprevention@howard.edu

Confidential Counseling

  • For confidential counseling, contact the University Counseling Service.

  • Main

    202-806-6870

  • Crisis Line

    202-345-6709

  • Address

    6th and Bryant Streets NW, Washington, DC 20059

  • Website

    https://counselingservice.howard.edu/

Schedule, Housing and Accommodation Changes

  • For academic and housing accommodations, contact the Office of the Dean for Student Services.

  • Main

    202-238-2420

  • Address

    Howard Center Suite 725, 2225 Georgia Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20059

Public Safety Assistance

  • For assistance from campus police, contact the Department of Public Safety.

  • Emergency Line

    202-806-7777

  • Non-Emergency Line

    202-806-1100

  • Address

    2244 10th Street NW Suite 270, Washington, DC 20059

Follow Up Medical Care

  • For follow-up medical needs, contact the Student Health Center.

  • Main

    202-806-7540

  • Address

    2139 Georgia Avenue NW, Suite 201, Washington, DC 20059

Title IX Director

  • Please Contact of the Office of Sexual Harassment and Gender-Based Discrimination Prevention (SGP).

  • Main

    202-806-2550

  • Address

    Administration Building Suite 306, 2400 Sixth St. NW, Washington, DC, 20059

  • Website

    http://www2.howard.edu/title-ix

Student Conduct

  • To file a Code of Student Conduct complaint, contact the Office of Student Conduct & Community Standards.

  • Main

    202-806-6131

  • Address

    2205 4th St NW, Washington, DC 20059