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In case of an emergency requiring immediate assistance, please contact the police at the numbers below or by calling 911. The contact information for both on campus and local police are:

University Police: (706) 864-1500
  • Location Information:
    • Cumming Campus - Room 240
    • Dahlonega Campus - Public Safety Building 246 South Chestatee Street, Dahlonega
    • Gainesville Campus - Public Safety Building, Facilities Drive
    • Oconee Campus - Public Safety Building, Building 900
County Police Departments:
  • Lumpkin County: (706) 864-0414
  • Forsyth County: (770) 781-2222
  • Oconee County: (706) 769-3945
  • Hall County: (770) 531-6885
  • Fannin County - (706) 632-6022
Confidential Resources

The National Domestic Violence Hotline

1-800-799-7233
thehotline.org

Their highly-trained advocates are available 24/7/365 to talk confidentially with anyone experiencing domestic violence, seeking resources or information, or questioning unhealthy aspects of their relationship.

RAINN-the National Sexual Assault Telephone Hotline

800-656-4673
rainn.org

When you call 800.656.HOPE (4673), you’ll be routed to a local RAINN affiliate organization based on the first six digits of your phone number. Cell phone callers have the option to enter the ZIP code of their current location to more accurately locate the nearest sexual assault service provider.

No One Alone

706-864-1986
noonealone.org

NOA provides safe haven and support services for victims of family violence.  Through educational programs, NOA works to foster attitudes in the community that violence is not acceptable.

Georgia Crisis & Access Line (GCAL)

800-715-4225

Student Counseling

Dahlonega Campus: 706-564-1819
Gainesville Campus: 678-717-3660
Oconee Campus: 706-310-6205
Cumming Campus: dorothy.smith@ung.edu

Services Offered include (but not limited to): Individual Therapy/Counseling, Group Therapy/Counseling, Suicide Prevention and Education, Problem Solving, Time Management Skills Building, Brief Crisis Intervention/Stabilization, Relaxation Training, Distress Tolerance Skills Building, Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse 

Visit the Student Counseling Website for more information

Student Health Services

Dahlonega Campus:706-864-1948
Gainesville Campus: 678-696-2676 or stuhealthgvl@ung.edu

Student Health Services aims to provide basic health care services and teach prevention and self-help skills to students. All currently enrolled University of North Georgia (UNG) students who pay the student health fee are eligible for care at Student Health Services.

Rape Response

Rape Response: 770-503-727

Rape Response serves victims/survivors of sexual abuse/assault, ages 13 and older, as well as their loved ones who may also be impacted by an assault. We serve survivors of any type of sexual abuse/assault, no matter how long ago it happened. Some reach out immediately for options and support while others have waited years to tell anyone. Rape Response Advocates are ready to listen whenever you are ready to seek support. It's never too late to get help. All services provided by Rape Response are free and confidential. Our service area includes Dawson, Habersham, Hall, Forsyth, Lumpkin and White Counties in Georgia.

Website: https://www.raperesponse.com/

The Cottage

(706) 546-113

The Cottage provides support to survivors through the process of healing from sexual assault and child abuse. "The Cottage" serves Clarke, Oconee, Madison and Oglethorpe Counties. The Cottage continues to operate the 24/7 crisis hotline. In addition to providing direct services to survivors of sexual assault, The Cottage works within the community on child abuse and sexual assault education, intervention, healing and prevention efforts through trainings with communities, schools, churches and other agencies and public awareness events.

Website: https://www.northgeorgiacottage.org/contact

UNG Resources

Title IX Office

Lisa Thomas, Title IX Coordinator
Email:
lisa.thomas@ung.edu

The Title IX coordinator and deputies seek first and foremost to ensure that the victim is safe, and that the campus community is protected. They will meet with the victim of the reported sexual misconduct. The Title IX coordinator and deputies are trained in college sexual misconduct and will provide expert and empathetic counsel. 

Learn more about Title IX

Deans of Students

Dr. John Delaney - Dahlonega and Blue Ridge
Phone: 706-864-1900

Dr. Alyson Paul - Gainesville and Cumming
Phone: 678-717-3877

Dr. Michelle Brown - Oconee
Phone: 706-310-6205

The Office of the Dean of Students supports students in their academic and life success. By teaching students how to be members of an academic community, they become prepared to be productive citizens. We are also a resource for students who need help finding resources or answers to their questions.

Other responsibilities include: Focus on initiatives that support the development of the whole student, Oversee Student Code of Conduct processes and education,    Respond to general student issues and concerns and advocate for students,   Coordinate assessment for the Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management, Assist with response to student emergencies or concerns (BIT Team), Coordinate Student Health Insurance program.

Learn more about the Dean of Students

Office of Student Integrity

Dahlonega, Blue Ridge, Oconee - 706-864-1900
Gainesville and Cumming - 678-717-3877

The Office of Student Integrity is committed to help educate students about the rights and responsibilities of membership in the North Georgia community. Through the conduct process, students are encouraged to learn from their mistakes and become ethical and engaged citizens. Any person can submit a behavioral report regarding any misconduct on the Office of Student Integrity website

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