Resources for Faculty and Staff

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On Campus Resources

Title IX Coordinator (mandatory reporter)
Tamara Kosic, Title IX Coordinator
Thoresen 102, Monday , Wednesday, Friday 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM

Deputy Title IX Coordinator (mandatory reporter)
Mara Amster, Professor of English
Smith Memorial Building, Room 406

  • Coordinators will provide information about support options, interim measures, and accommodations, as well as information about the College’s grievance procedure
  • Report sexual misconduct or file a Formal Complaint against an individual with the College

Department of Safety and Security (mandatory reporter)
Reception and Information Desk, 24 hours/day
Silent Witness:

  • Will respond immediately to an emergency
  • Can provide an Order of No Contact or help an individual apply for a Protective Order

Counseling Center (confidential)
Terrell Health and Counseling Center (behind Webb)
Monday – Friday 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
434-947-8158 or 434-947-8130

  • Provides free and confidential counseling services to students; provides referrals to off-campus mental health providers

Residence Life (mandatory reporter)
DOS Suite, Main Hall, Monday – Friday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

  • RAs and HRs are trained on how to respond to victims of sexual violence and can help individuals connect with resources
  • Assists with housing accommodations

Office of the Provost (mandatory reporter)
Mara Amster, Associate Provost
DOC Suite, Main Hall, Monday – Friday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Helps students with academic accommodation requests

Financial Aid (mandatory reporter)
Admissions House, Monday – Friday, 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM

  • Answers questions about financial aid package, including scholarships

Access Services (mandatory reporter)
Diane Roy, Coordinator
Lipscomb Library (4th floor), Monday – Friday 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM

  • Helps to provide access for students with disabilities

Academic Services Center (mandatory reporter)
Grant Kittrell, Director
Lipscomb Library (4th floor), Monday – Friday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

  • Helps students connect with a Learning Strategies Tutor

Randolph College Student Handbook (including the Sexual Misconduct Policy)


Off Campus Resources

Sexual Assault Response Program (SARP) of Central Virginia
1900 Tate Springs Road, Suite 8
Lynchburg, VA 24501
24-Hour Confidential Crisis Hotline: 888-947-7273 Office: 434-947-7422

Provides support and advocacy for victims of sexual violence (including friends and family of the victim)

  • Can accompany a student to the hospital or when making a report to the Police. They can also meet with you on campus and accompany you to meetings related to reporting sexual misconduct at the
  • Can help you apply for financial compensation through the Virginia Victims Fund

Lynchburg Police Department
905 Court Street
Lynchburg, VA 24504
Emergencies: 911
Non-emergency Dispatch: 434-847-1602
Complaint Desk: 434-455-6041

  • File a report of sexual violence

Lynchburg General Hospital Emergency Department
1901 Tate Springs Road Lynchburg, VA 24501

  • Provides follow-up medical care for injuries
  • Provides information/medication for pregnancy and STI prevention
  • Provides access to Forensic Nurse Examiners, who can collect a Physical Evidence Recovery Kit (PERK) and help you make a report to the Police

Protective Orders

  • During the day, protective orders are issued at Lynchburg General District Court: 905 Court Street Lynchburg, VA 24504
  • I-CAN! is an online program that will help you fill out paperwork for a protective order:
  • During the evening, emergency protective orders are issued by the Magistrate: 524 9th Street, Lynchburg VA 24504 434-847-1426

Lynchburg Health Department
307 Allegheny Avenue
Lynchburg VA 24501

  • Provides confidential, financially affordable STI testing, by walk-in

Sadler House
Free confidential crisis hotline: 888-528-1041

  • Provides emergency shelter for victims of domestic violence

Lynchburg Victim Witness Program
Susan Clark, Director 434-455-3790

  • Provides court preparation and assistance filing victim compensation forms for individuals filing criminal charges in Lynchburg
  • Answers questions about what to expect when filing a criminal charge or going to court

RAINN (Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network)
Hotline: 1-800-656-HOPE (4673)

The National Domestic Violence Hotline

Virginia Sexual & Domestic Violence Action Alliance Hotline

  • Family and Sexual Assault 800-838-8238 or Text: 804-793-9999
  • LGBTQ Partner Abuse & Sexual Assault 866-356-6998 or Text: 804-793-9999

Both will listen, offer support, and connect you with resources in your area. Free confidential. 24 hours a day.