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End Rape on Campus (EROC) is a survivor advocacy organization dedicated to ending sexual violence through survivor support, public education, and policy and legislative reform.

We provide free, direct assistance to all survivors of gender-based and sexual violence on campus interested in filing federal complaints, organizing for change, or drawing public attention to hold their schools accountable.

We have assisted hundreds of students at dozens of schools file Title IXClery Act, and other civil rights complaints to seek justice and reform.

Transgender, Gender non conforming, Non Binary Survivors

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Trans, GNC, and non binary Students

For many transgender, gender non conforming, and non binary (TGNCNB) students discrimination and harassment is normalized in their daily lives. Transphobia is widely perpetuated in all areas of life including in education. A school campus could be the very environment that fosters hostility towards trans and non conforming students due to their gender expression and identity. TGNCNB students face bullying, harassment, and other forms of violence on campus while not having as many legal protections as their cisgender peers. This leaves TGNCNB students to contend with harassment and violence at disproportionately high rates — further placing them in a particularly vulnerable position and at need for specific accommodations. Every student deserves an education free of violence  TGNCNB children in particular need access to resources that will help them stay in school when facing discrimination.

With the future of campus protections being uncertain, there is an urgency for advocates and allies to provide trans-friendly services and push for gender neutral campus sexual misconduct policies. The high rate of violence against TGNCNB students in school significantly impairs their learning capabilities  preventing them from receiving an equal access to education. For many TGNCNB students, it is imperative that schools provide holistic services that includes cultural, social, and economic competency in counseling, housing, and administrative assistance. The following is to provide additional information and resources for transgender, gender non conforming, and non binary students.

Prevalence Rates

This statistic might be shocking to some. However, for many transgender students, violence and harassment in education has been normalized. More background information includes the higher rates of violence trans, gender non conforming, and non binary people of color experience.

The Laws

The Laws

This section explains the different laws that trans, gender non conforming, and non binary students may utilize to ensure their safety and protection on campus as well as equal access to education.

Resource List

List of organizations, websites, and groups that assist transgender, gender non conforming, and non binary students and survivors.

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

There are lots of questions that comes with filing complaints and explaining discrimination such as “What are my educational rights as a trans, gender non conforming, or non binary student?” The following are more FAQs to assist in complaint filing.

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