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This office works to prevent interpersonal violence and to provide services and advocacy in support of the UNCW's Student Gender-Based/Sexual Misconduct Policy and Procedures. Resources are available on Sexual Assault, Relationships, Stalking, and for Families and Parents.
The GSRC proudly houses the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies (WGS) program. This program has one director, one full-time lecturer, and over 50 affiliated faculty members to offer students an undergraduate minor and a post-baccalaureate certificate in WGS.
The Office for Institutional Diversity and Inclusion oversees the Upperman African American Cultural Center, Centro Hispano, the Asian Cultural Heritage Center, and the Mohin-Scholz LGBTQIA Resource Center. OIDI and the University of North Carolina Wilmington uphold the shared principle that diversity is an educational benefit that enhances the academic experience and fosters a free exchange of ideas from multiple perspectives.