You are not alone. Help is available.
UC Systemwide Policies
Responding to Sexual Misconduct Allegations
If you’ve been accused of sexual violence, sexual assault, sexual harassment, dating/domestic violence or stalking, there are campus services available to help you understand your rights and the investigation and adjudication processes.
It is important to note that the staff providing respondent services are not legally required to maintain confidentiality. However, as a general practice, the staff will request signed consent from you before disclosing personally identifiable information.
Student Affairs Case Management Office
University Health Services
The campus is accountable to all students and all students are accountable for their own actions. If you have been named as someone who may have violated a campus policy or possibly committed a crime, you will be answering to various authorities in the upcoming months. During this time, counselors at University Health Services are available to offer you a confidential and non-judgmental space to explore your actions and their impact, experience your emotions, and receive psycho-education and support as you move through this challenging period.
Please be aware that although counseling sessions are confidential, records may be subpoenaed in the event of a court case.
You may also choose to seek advice and guidance from these resources:
University Health Services offers students after-hours emergency consultation with a counselor
and crisis resource referrals by calling (855) 817-5667.