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Information about Title IX Syllabus Statement

The following template was developed in the Summer of 2020 by an alliance of students at several UC campuses (UC Survivors + Allies) in collaboration with UC staff, faculty, and student victim-survivors who have personal experience with the Title IX process. In recognition of instructors’ need for space in their syllabi, we are including a longer and shorter version conveying identical messages.

Link to download Title IX Syllabus Statement

Title IX Syllabus Statement

LONG VERSION

Violence and Discrimination Resources

UCLA prohibits gender discrimination, sexual harassment, domestic and dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking. If you have experienced any of these, there are a variety of campus resources to assist you, including a confidential hotline where you can talk to someone 24/7: (310) 825-0768.

Title IX is a federal civil rights law in the United States of America that was passed as part (Title IX) of the Education Amendments of 1972. Therefore international students have access to the same services at the Title IX office as non-international students.

Please note that faculty and TAs are responsible employees, which means faculty, TAs, and other UC employees are required under the UC Policy on Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment to inform the Title IX Coordinator—a non-confidential resource —should they become aware that you or any other student has experienced sexual violence or gender discrimination.

Campus-Based Confidential Resources: 

  • You can make an appointment with a CARE advocate to receive confidential support at the CARE Advocacy Office for Sexual and Gender-Based Violence, Murphy A Level, Room 233, CAREadvocate@careprogram.ucla.edu, (310) 206-2465. CARE advocates can advise you on the Title IX reporting process and support you throughout the process.
  • Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) also provides confidential counseling to all students and can be reached 24/7 at (310) 825-0768.
  • Confidential legal counseling and assistance is available with Student Legal Services at A239 Murphy Hall and or phone (310)-825-9894.
  • The Office of Ombuds Services provides an informal dispute resolution process for students and postdoctoral employees. You can contact them at  (310) 825-7627 Monday through Friday, 8am-5pm.

Off-Campus Confidential Resources:

  • Rape Treatment Center UCLA Medical Center Santa Monica provides off-campus confidential counseling and guidance 24/7. You can contact them at (424) 259-7208.
  • BEAM (Black Emotional and Mental Health) is a collective of advocates, yoga teachers, artists, therapists, lawyers, religious leaders, teachers, psychologists and activists committed to the emotional/mental health and healing of Black communities. www.beam.community
  • CAT-911 provides alternatives to 911 in sexual violence, domestic violence, mental health crisis, and other crises through transformative justice and conflict resolution. www.cat-911.org
  • Sojourn offers support to victims of domestic violence, including shelter, support groups, workshops, hotline calls, children’s empowerment programming, legal services and service referrals. 24/7 hotline: (310) 264-6644
  • Peace Over Violence provides emotional support, information, compassion, accompaniment, referral and advocacy services. 24/7 hotline: (213) 626-3393
  • Los Angeles LGBT Center offers services by LGBT-domestic violence specialists. Fees on a sliding scale. Call (323) 860-5806 from 9am-5pm or a 24/7 hotline at (888) 799-7233

Non-Confidential Reporting Resources: 

  • You can also report sexual violence or sexual harassment directly to the University’s Title IX Office, 2255 Murphy Hall, titleix@conet.ucla.edu, (310) 206-3417.
  • Reports to law enforcement can be made to UCPD at (310) 825-1491. If you report through Title IX or UCPD, they may be required to pursue an official investigation. Please note that any appointment you make with a Title IX counselor is NOT confidential.

SHORT VERSION 

Violence and Discrimination Resources

UCLA prohibits gender discrimination, sexual harassment, domestic and dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking. If you have experienced any of these, there are a variety of campus resources to assist you, including a confidential hotline where you can talk to someone 24/7: (310) 825-0768.

Title IX is a federal civil rights law in the United States that was passed as part of the Education Amendments of 1972. Therefore international students have access to the same services at the Title IX office as non-international students.

Please note that faculty and TAs are responsible employees, which means faculty, TAs, and other UC employees are required under the UC Policy on Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment to inform the Title IX Coordinator—a non-confidential resource —should they become aware that you or any other student has experienced sexual violence or gender discrimination.

Confidential Resources: You can make an appointment with a CARE Advocate (careprogram.ucla.edu) or call their 24/7 hotline: (888) 200-6665. CARE offers free and confidential services for students, staff and faculty impacted by sexual assault, relationship violence and stalking. Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) (counseling.ucla.edu) also offers confidential crisis counseling and 24/7 support at (310) 825-0768. You can also receive confidential off-campus emergency medical services, advocacy, and counseling at the Rape Treatment Center UCLA Medical Center Santa Monica. Their 24/7 hotline is (424) 259-7208.

Non-Confidential Reporting: You can report sexual violence or sexual harassment directly to the University’s Title IX Office, 2255 Murphy Hall, titleix@conet.ucla.edu, (310) 206-3417. Reports to law enforcement can be made to UCPD at (310) 825-1491. Please note that any appointment you make with a Title IX counselor is NOT confidential.

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