Title IX Office About

The Title IX Office provides assistance in resolving and investigating complaints of sexual harassment, sex discrimination, and sexual violence (sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking). Additionally, we provide education and training to raise awareness and expand understanding of sexual harassment and sexual violence. The Title IX Office serves the entire UC Santa Cruz community. 

Contact the Title IX Officer, Tracey Tsugawa  ttsugawa@ucsc.edu, (831)459-2462 to report a possible Title IX violation.


Title IX Staff
Principal Investigators/Complaint Resolution Officers
Isabel Dees
Ray Lader
Ann Bartkowski
Response Team Coordinator
Laura Young Hinck

Title IX Office Reporting

All UC employees, that are not confidential (CARE, CAPS, and the EAP), are required to report sexual harassment and sexual violence to the Title IX Office if a student reports to them. Faculty, Deans, and Supervisors are additionally required to report sexual harassment and sexual violence reported by faculty and staff.

To make a Title IX report, for questions about reporting responsibilitiesand questions about the UC Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment Policy and the UC Santa Cruz Title IX Procedures contact:


Tracey Tsugawa
Title IX Officer
831-459-2462 


 

Title IX Training

As part of a UC-wide education effort, all students, staff, and faculty are required to complete Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment (SVSH) Prevention Training. We hope to ensure that all students, staff, and faculty are aware of the resources available in the event that they are impacted by sexual harassment or sexual violence themselves or are asked to support someone who has been.

The Title IX Office provides in-person trainings in addition to online training. We hope to promote awareness of our office and to encourage reporting. For information about Title IX training, please contact lyounghi@ucsc.edu.