You are a valued member of our UCLA community. You have the right to learn in an environment free of discrimination, harassment, and violence. You have the right to access care supporting your mental and physical health. You have the right to human dignity and the basic respect of those around you.
Sexual Violence Index, including definitions, more thorough descriptions of available resources, and suggested safety measures.
Provides academic support services for students with documented permanent or temporary disabilities, at no cost to students. Example services include readers, adaptive equipment, sign language interpreters, test-taking arrangements, transportation, and much more.
Community Programs Office offers several student-run programs aimed at the development of an inclusive and diverse community of scholars and leaders on and off campus.
Student Retention Center offers several programs supporting students who may be experiencing difficulties in their academic or social lives. Specific populations served include students within the Afrikan diaspora, Raza students, Native and Indigenous students, Pilipino students, and Southeast Asian students.
You are always welcome to speak with me about any experience or aspect of your life that may effect your safety, ability to learn, or ability to participate equitably in the UCLA community.
I commit to welcoming and celebrating you, as you are.
I commit to making time for you.
I commit to listening to you actively and sympathetically.
I commit to believing you.
I commit to helping you find the resources that best meet your needs.
I commit to respecting your privacy to the extent consistent with my reporting obligations under Title IX (see below).
My Obligations under Title IX
I am a Responsible Employee, which means that I am required by the University to report incidents of sexual harassment or sexual violence to the Title IX Coordinator. If you disclose such an incident to me, I will report it to the Title IX Coordinator. This may lead to follow-up from the Title IX office and a possible investigation into the incident. If you would like to speak to a resource who will maintain strict confidentiality, see