Discrimination, Harassment, Sexual Violence Prevention and Resolution

Discrimination and Harassment

The University of California is committed to creating and maintaining a community where all individuals who participate in university programs and activities can work together in an atmosphere free of violence, harassment, discrimination, exploitation or intimidation. Every member of the university community should be aware that the university prohibits, in accordance with its policies: discrimination, bias, retaliation, harassment and sexual misconduct. Such behavior violates both law and university policy. The university will respond promptly and effectively to any report of harassment and discrimination and will take appropriate action to prevent, correct, and when necessary, discipline behavior that violates university policy.

Members of the university community who believe that they have experienced discrimination, harassment, or retaliation are able to seek information about their options or resolution through local designated offices. Below is a list of resources available across the university system:

Sexual Assault/Sexual Violence

Members of the university community who want to access information about the university’s response to reports of sexual assault or sexual violence, can visit the systemwide sexual violence website to learn more about available resources and reporting options.