If a student or colleague approaches you to talk about something difficult that happened, it is important you let them know you are ready to listen and assist, but that you also have reporting obligations.
There are many common myths out there about the causes of sexual misconduct/sexual assault. Learn about the facts of ten common myths.
Understand how CSU (California State University) defines dating and domestic violence and learn the steps you can take if you find yourself in an abusive situation.
See what is considered as sexual harassment and explore options for you or someone you know.
Sexual misconduct is different from sexual harassment. Understand the differences and policies around affirmative consent as defined by the CSU.
Stalking is a crime. Learn how to keep yourself safe if you feel you are being stalked and how to connect with the Title IX Office to explore your options.
There are many other policies revolving around gender equity and Title IX laid out in the CSU (California State University) Interim CSU Policy Prohibiting Discrimination, Harassment, Sexual Misconduct, Sexual Exploitation, Dating Violence, Domestic Violence, Stalking and Retaliation.
Title IX protects students and employees from discrimination based on pregnancy and pregnancy-related conditions. As such, the university is required to provide appropriate accommodations for pregnant and lactating students and employees.