Sexual Violence Prevention & Response

UC San Francisco is committed to creating and maintaining a community that is free of all forms of intimidation, exploitation, violence and harassment. Sexual harassment, sexual offenses, and acts of sexual violence, including domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking are strictly prohibited.

The Sexual Violence Prevention & Response team at UC San Francisco supports the University’s commitment in the following ways:

  • Proactive Education and Training – the team attempts to prevent sexual harassment and discrimination from occurring by educating and training the UC San Francisco community about unlawful discrimination and harassment
  • Consultation and Support Services – the team assists students, staff, faculty, and visitors with resolving conflict, including those involving discrimination and sexual harassment
  • Neutral Investigations – the team responds to complaints regarding discrimination, harassment and sexual violence and oversees the process for resolution and investigation of complaints

Latest News

 

Sept. 22, 2017
UC President Janet Napolitano issued a statement following the decision by the Department of Education to rescind the 2011 Dear Colleague letter and the 2014 Q&A on Sexual Violence, and issue a new Q&A on Campus Sexual Misconduct. The federal changes will likely impact how schools handle sexual violence cases under Title IX policies. Read the statement »

Sept. 7, 2017
UC President Janet Napolitano issued a statement following U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos’ announcement of federal changes will impact how schools handle sexual violence cases under the Title IX policy. Read the statement »

June 29, 2017
The University of California has announced new systemwide procedures for responding to alleged sexual misconduct by faculty and staff that provide greater transparency, consistency and timeliness in investigating and adjudicating such cases. Learn more about the new procedures »

Feb. 15, 2017
UCSF’s support and advocacy program for survivors of interpersonal violence has been selected as a model practice by the San Francisco Department on the Status of Women. Read more »

Nov. 15, 2016
The University of California is in the process of implementing 20 recommendations for enhancing policies and procedures related to sexual violence and sexual harassment matters for faculty, non-faculty academic personnel and staff. Learn more about the recommendation approved by President Napolitano »