Title IX Operations and Covid-19

The Title IX Office is working remotely during Shelter in Place and is conducting meetings and interview via zoom and phone. If you want to make a report or request a consult, you can expect the fastest response by by using our online reporting link.

 

For more information please visit the Title IX Operations under Covid-19 page.

Report an Incident/ Request a Consult

Anyone can make a Title IX report or request a consultation using the 

online reporting form or by calling 831-459-2462. 

For questions about making a report, your reporting responsibilities, and/or questions about the UC Policy on Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment  call 831-459-2462. 

CCRT Research Symposium

The Coordinated Community Review Team (CCRT) is hosting UC Santa Cruz's first ever Sexual Violence Sexual Harassment Research Symposium event. 

Join us for this exciting event which will spotlight SVSH related research efforts by UCSC faculty and graduate students. Our intention is to showcase this research in order to improve policy, education and prevention, and responses to SVSH on our campus. We aim to bring researchers, stakeholders, and the larger campus community in conversation with each other to help ensure that efforts to respond to SVSH are trauma-informed and empirically supported.

This event is open to all members of the UCSC campus community, including undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and staff.

 

Related Websites/Resources

UCSC Resource Centers 

Students as Parents The purpose of this website is to provide information about resources to our students who are parents.

Disability Resource Center

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 The purpose of this website is to direct students, faculty, and staff to information and resources that can help address a wide range of concerns, from interpersonal conflict to criminal wrong-doing.