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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. 

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

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Confidential Counseling

  • For confidential counseling, contact the University Counseling Service.

    Walk-In Intake Hours: 10:00am-4:00pm, Monday, Wednesday, Friday

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    202-806-6870 (Weekdays, 8:00am-6:00pm)

  • Crisis Line

    202-345-6709 (After hours, weekends, holidays)

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    6th and Bryant Streets NW, Washington, DC 20059

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Schedule, Housing and Accommodation Changes

  • Requests for Title IX accommodations (i.e., accommodations related to a report of sexual, dating or domestic violence, or another potential Title IX Policy violation) must be made directly to the Title IX Office.

    Walk-In Hours: Tuesdays & Wednesdays, 10:30am-2:00pm

    For reasonable accommodations related to a disability, contact the Office of the Dean for Student Services. 

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    Administration Building, Suite G06, 2400 Sixth St NW, Washington, DC 200059

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Public Safety Assistance

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

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

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Follow Up Medical Care

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

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

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Title IX Office

  • The Title IX Office responds to all reports of sexual assault, sexual harassment, gender-based discrimination and harassment, sexual exploitation, dating and domestic violence, stalking, retaliation and complicity (the act of encouraging someone else to commit a Title IX violation). The Title IX Office also educates the University community on the rights, responsibilities and resources provided by the University's Title IX Policy and by the law. The Title IX Office offers a range of responses to a report, including:

    • Interim Remedial or Protective Measures/Accommodations such as
      • ensuring access to counseling and medical services
      • no contact orders
      • assistance with a change in class schedule, campus work schedule, or job assignment
      • assistance with rescheduling exams and receiving assignment extensions
      • assistance with a change in University housing assignment
    • Investigation 
    • Alternative Resolution 
    • Referrals to other Campus Resources

    Requests for Title IX-related accommodations must be made directly to the Title IX Office.

    Title IX Director: Leslie T. Annexstein, Esq.

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    Tuesdays & Wednesdays, 10:30am-2:00pm

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    Administration Building Suite G06, 2400 Sixth St. NW, Washington, DC, 20059

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Student Conduct

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

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    2205 4th St NW, Washington, DC 20059

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