The staff of Licensed Professional Counselors (LPC) at the Randolph College Counseling Center provides free and confidential counseling services to students, as well as consultations with faculty and staff.
Jennifer Bondurant LPC
Director, Licensed Professional Counselor
Campus Advocates are faculty and staff who have received specialized training in responding to students who have experienced some kind of sexual violence. They can offer confidential guidance to students in need.
Campus Advocates can help you with:
- How to cope with what has happened
- Reporting options
- Support and counseling resources
- Randolph’s grievance procedure
- How to help a friend
While serving as a Campus Advocate, they are required to report basic occurrence information (date, location, and nature for Clery reporting) to the Director of Campus Safety or the Title IX Coordinator.
No identifiable information would be reported except in the rare event that there is an imminent risk to your safety or the safety of others.
Title IX Coordinator
- Report sexual misconduct
- Either of these offices will provide information about supportive measures, informal processes, and formal processes, as well as information about the College’s grievance procedure
Dean of Students Suite, Main Hall
9 a.m. – 5 p.m., M-F
- Resident Assistants (RA) and Head Residents (HR) are trained in response to victims of sexual violence, and can help individuals connect with resources
- Assists with housing accommodations