Sexual assault, relationship violence, stalking, and harassment are priority concerns for the Women's Center.


The Women’s Center offers the following free counseling and advocacy services to students, faculty, and staff who have been impacted by sexual assault, relationship violence, stalking and harassment:

  • Support, advocacy, and crisis intervention.
  • Individual and group counseling.
  • Support and assistance to friends and family.
  • Accompaniment to medical facilities, law enforcement, court proceedings, and university conduct hearings.
  • Information about the criminal, university, and civil options for reporting and adjudicating a crime.
  • Information about counseling options on and off campus.
  • Academic relief and other types of academic assistance.
  • Information about forensic evidence collection offered at the Carilion New River Valley Medical Center in Radford, as well as medical care resources on campus and in the community.
  • Assistance in finding safe housing if you are not safe in your own home or residence, including both on- and off-campus options.
  • Information about other campus and community resources.
  • Consultation services for faculty and staff on how to support students who disclose sexual assault, relationship violence, and/or stalking.

A note about confidentiality of services:

The Women’s Center is here to provide a safe space and will make every effort to preserve our clients' privacy.  In certain situations, information may be shared with other university departments in order to assist survivors, to provide for the safety of survivors, and/or provide for the safety of the campus community.  If you have questions about confidentiality and privacy at the Women’s Center or other university departments, please contact us for further explanation.


Meet the Counseling and Advocacy Team:

Traci Terry Gender-based Violence Advocacy Coordinator
Jessica Prince-Sanders Assistant Director of Advocacy Services
Katie Mey Gender-based Violence Prevention Coordinator
Christine Dennis Smith   Co-Director, Services
"Dr." Delaware Therapy Dog  
"Dr." Ellie Therapy Dog  

How to make an appointment:

  • Call 540/231-7806 (between 8am and 5pm, Monday through Friday) and ask to schedule an appointment with a counselor.
  • E-mail one of the counselors listed above.
  • Come by the Women’s Center (between 8am and 5pm, Monday through Friday) and ask to set up an appointment.

The Women’s Center operates on the standard university schedule (open 8am – 5pm, Monday through Friday except for holidays and other times the university is closed). 


If you have an emergency or need to speak to someone immediately and the Women’s Center is closed, please contact the Women’s Resource Center of the NRV 24 –hour hotline at 540/639-1123. 

If your safety is in jeopardy, please call 911.


For more information visit or follow the links below:

What is Sexual Assault Campus and Community Resources
What is Stalking Virginia Tech policy regarding sexual assault
What is Relationship Violence Virginia State law regarding sexual assault

Phone: (540) 231-7806
Fax: (540) 231-6767

Announcements & Upcoming Events:

  • Did you know there are 24 dedicated lactation spaces on campus?  Click here to find out more!
  • Thursdays @ the Women's Center, Kids' Night Out drop-in childcare  [except when VT is closed and Thursday home football games]
  • $tart$mart Salary Negotiation Workshops are back!!!  To request a program, complete this form.
  • Wednesday, OCT 26th, 12:15-1:30PM @ 209 Norris Hall, Open Meeting of the VT Women's Alliance (bring your lunch!)
  • Wednesday, OCT 26th, 7PM @ Burruss Hall, Mock Rock: Support Alpha Chi Omega's #DVAM Lip Sync Competition.  Learn more here.
  • Thursday, OCT 27th is WEAR RED DAY!!  Show the world that Hokies "Say Something" when we see red flags of relationship violence and show survivors that they are not alone!
  • Thursday, OCT 27th, Noon-1:30PM @ Owens Banquet Hall, VT Women Connect Networking Luncheon featuring Tracy Vosburgh, Senior Associate Vice President for University Relations (register here)
  • Saturday, OCT 28th, 7-9PM @ Moss Arts Center, "Ghouls' Night Out!" at MAC!  Dress as your favorite notable or notorious woman.  18 and up.  All are welcome!  Facebook Event page hereRSVP here.
  • Wednesday, NOV 2nd, 3-6PM, SafeZone Healthy Relationships (register here)
  • Wednesday, NOV 16 & Thursday, NOV 17 @ the GLC Multipurpose Room, Little Hokie Hand-me-down, hosted by the Graduate School, GSA, and Women's Center(register here)