Title IX

Confidential Support

Confidential Resource stickerThere are specific identified Confidential Resources on campus. Information shared with Confidential Resources will not be disclosed to the Title IX Office without your explicit permission. It is important to remember that each resource may have their own confidentiality requirements under North Carolina Law, be sure to speak with them about their confidentiality guidelines. The following resources are identified Confidential Resources on campus, and will have a Confidential Resource sticker displayed in their office.

The Counseling Center is an inclusive, nonjudgmental, and safe space where students can receive emotional support regardless of what they may be experiencing. Counselling services are free and confidential for all students. The Counseling Center is located in Nash Educational Building, Room 109.

Through the Center for Religious and Spiritual Life, we sponsor weekly Crossroads services, involve students in various student ministry groups, provide pastoral counseling and guidance to the college community, and participate in positive relationships with congregations and agencies who support our mission.

A physician, physician’s assistant, or nurse practitioner associated with the Hot Springs Health Program assesses sick and injured students at the center Monday-Friday from 9:00am-10:00am. Students can schedule an appointment to see the physician, at no additional cost to the student.

  • Office: Monday-Friday 8:00am-4pm (closed daily for lunch and meetings)
  • Phone: 828-689-1383, 828-689-1243
  • Email: renee_sprinkle@mhu.edu