University Obligations

You can expect the university to:

Offer sexual harassment prevention training and education to the university community, and consistent with California Government Code 12950.1, provide sexual harassment prevention training and education to each supervisory employee;

Offer prevention education programs to all incoming students and new employees, and ongoing prevention and awareness campaigns to the university community, to promote awareness of rape and acquaintance rape, domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking, including the definition of consent, options for bystander intervention and risk-reduction awareness information;

Offer annual training on issues related to sexual violence, as defined in the UC Policy on Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence, for individuals conducting formal investigations of reports or conducting hearings;

Provide all members of the university community with a process for reporting sexual harassment or sexual violence in accordance with the UC Policy on Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence

Identify on- and off-campus resources for reporting sexual harassment or sexual violence, including law enforcement, medical and victim support services;

Provide prompt and effective response to reports of sexual harassment, sexual violence or reports of retaliation related to reports of sexual harassment or sexual violence in accordance with the Policy;

Provide written notification as outlined in Section V.B.1 of the UC Policy on Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence; and

Designate trained individuals, including, or other than, the Title IX Officer (Sexual Harassment Officer) to serve as resources for members of the university community who have questions or concerns regarding behavior that may be sexual harassment or sexual violence.