Title IX Office About
Contact the Title IX Officer, Tracey Tsugawa email@example.com, (831)459-2462 to report a possible Title IX violation.
Title IX Office Reporting
To make a Title IX report, for questions about reporting responsibilities, and questions about the UC Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment Policy and the UC Santa Cruz Title IX Procedures contact:
Upcoming Campus Events
- UC Policy Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment January 2016 (pdf)
- UCSC Title IX Procedures February 2016 (pdf)
- UC Student Adjudication Model January 2016
- UC Policy on Nondiscrimination and Affirmative Action (pdf)
- UC Politica de Violencia Sexual y Acoso Sexual (PDFF)
- Faculty Code of Conduct (PDF)
- Policy on Nondiscrimination in Employment
- UC Statement of Ethical Values (PDF)
- UC Standards of Ethical Conduct
- UC Principles of Community
- UCSC Principles of Community
- Affirmative Consent Law
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. UC Santa Cruz wants 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. We also want to encourage reporting and ensure that all UC employees are aware of their reporting responsibilities. For information about supervisor and faculty reporting responsibilities click here. For information about Non-supervisor reporting responsibilities, including student employees, click here.
The Title IX Office provides in-person trainings to all incoming students. Trainings are also offered to staff and faculty by department or office upon request. For more information about Title IX training, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Campus Confidential Resources
Confidential Advocates care.ucsc.edu
Confidential Student Counseling Office caps.ucsc.edu
Confidential Employee Counseling (EAP)
24 hour Confidential Support Options
Monarch Services for sexual assault, dating/domestic violence and human trafficking services
Walnut Avenue Women's Center for dating/domestic violence services
Counseling & Psycghological Support (CAPS)-student crisis counseling support
If you have been Accused of Sexual Violence, Sexual Assault, Sexual Harassment, Dating or Domestic Violence, Stalking, or Other Prohibited Conduct, there are campus services available to Help you Understand your Rights and the Investigation and Adjudication or Disciplinary Processes.
Students are supported through the Link to Dean of Students Office .
Non-Represented Staff are supported through the Link to Staff Human Resources Office.
Additional Related Websites
UCSC Police Department For emergencies call 911. Non-emergency incidents, public service requests or inquiries: (831) 459-2231.
City of Santa Cruz Police Department For emergencies call 911. Non-emergency incidents call: (831) 471-1131.
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