About the Title IX Office

The Title IX Office is committed to fostering a campus climate in which members of our community are protected from all forms of sex discrimination, including sexual harassment, sexual violence, and gender-based harassment and discrimination.   

Title IX is a neutral office committed to safety, fairness, trauma-informed practices, and due process. 

Report  to Title IX Office

Report a possible Title IX incident 

using this online reporting link or by calling (831) 459-2462. 

The Resources and Options Handout provides detailed information about confidential support services, the Title IX reporting option, law enforcement reporting, evidence preservation, and other important resources. 

 Follow this link for information about staff reporting responsibilities.

Follow this link for information about faculty reporting responsibilities

Title IX Training

As part of a UC-wide education effort, all students, staff, and faculty are required to complete ongoing Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment (SVSH) Prevention Training. Trainings are provided both online and in-person.

For questions about the employee training, contact the Learning Center

If you are a graduate student experiencing a technical issue with the Campus Clarity Think About It: Graduates training, you may access 24/7 support at support.campusclarity.com.

If you are an incoming undergraduate student and have questions about any of the WeAreSlugs! trainings, including Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates, please go to weareslugs.ucsc.edu for more information.

The Title IX Office provides in-person trainings to all incoming students and to campus employees that play a role in responding to sexual violence and sexual harassment on our campus.  In-person trainings are also available by department or office upon request. For more information about Title IX training, please contact lyounghi@ucsc.edu.

While there is no waiver for the required trainings, students and staff that have experienced sexual misconduct may request an alternative training by contacting care@ucsc.edu. All requests for alternative trainings are confidential.

Related Websites/Resources

UCSC Resource Centers 

Disability Resource Center

Sexual Violence Prevention and Response Website (safe.ucsc.edu)

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.

Report Hate- To report an incident of hate or bias

Problem and Complaint Resolution Resources