Glossary/FAQ


If you or someone you know has experienced sexual violence, you may have a lot of questions. Every question you have is valid and important. The University of California has created a document addressing many questions and there are trained professionals at UC Berkeley who are available to answer any questions you have and can offer compassionate, confidential support and counseling, if you wish.

These FAQs were designed by the University of California Office of the Presdient (UCOP) and apply across the entire UC system, inclyding at UC Berkeley. Specifically, they were developed by a working group formed by the President’s Task Force on Preventing and Responding to Sexual Violence and Sexual Assault. 


Glossary

Glossary
Glossary


FAQ

Care Advocates FAQ Get Help FAQ Reporting FAQ Understanding FAQ
Care Advocates FAQ Get Help FAQ Reporting FAQ Understanding Sexual Violence & Assault FAQ
Education and Training FAQs If You've Been Accused Sexual Violence Prevention and Intervention Training and Education
Education and Training FAQs If You Have Been Accused Sexual Violence Prevention and Intervention Training and Education Sexual Violence & Assault Investigation/Adjudication Model and Sanctions
   
FAQ: Talking to a Professor, Supervisor, or Other "Responsible Employee" Who is Required to Report FAQs: Investigation and
Adjudication Models for Cases Involving Faculty and Staff
   

 

 


University Health Services offers students after-hours emergency consultation with a counselor 
and crisis resource referrals by calling (855) 817-5667.