Sexual violence and sexual harassment supportive measures - Instructor guidance

Sexual violence and sexual harassment (SVSH), including relationship violence, stalking and other conduct prohibited by the UC SVSH Policy(link is external) may have a significant negative impact on a student's ability to participate in educational endeavors. University policy, in alignment with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, requires the campus to provide appropriate supportive measures to survivors of sexual harassment, stalking, sexual assault, dating violence and domestic violence. The campus Addressing SVSH Hub website provides information about supportive measures for survivors of SVSH(link is external)

Requests for supportive measures may come from any of a number of campus offices, including but not limited to:

As a reminder, it is best practice to direct any questions about the appropriateness, suitability, and/or feasibility of a requested supportive measure may be directed to the campus office that has recommended it.