Resources for Graduate Students
Unless indicated as a confidential resource, all UC employees are considered responsible employees and must report disclosures of sexual harassment and/or sexual violence to the Title IX office which will initiate an investigation. If you would like more information about reporting but would not like to formally report to UCR, please see confidential resource options.
Confidential Resources for Graduate Students
UCR Ombuds Office
The Ombud’s Office is a confidential, impartial, informal and independent resource that assists UCR community members, including students, faculty and staff, in addressing or resolving a dispute or ongoing conflict.
Location: SURGE 388 & 390
UCR Counseling Center
Counseling and Psychological Services offers walk-in service for consultations. Same-day appointments are also available in crisis situations. Counselors are available 24 hours a day by calling 951.827.5531 or 951.UCR.TALK
Hours: M-F 8 AM – 5 PM
Location: Veitch Student Center, North Wing
UCR CARE Advocates
CARE Advocates provide a safe and confidential place for students, faculty and staff who desire information about and/or need help with issues involving sexual assault, intimate partner (dating/domestic) violence and stalking.
Location: SURGE 384 & 386
Other Resources for Graduate Students
Employees in the following offices are all responsible employees and must report disclosures of sexual violence and sexual harassment of which they become aware while acting as a representative of UCR during their employment.
Diversity Initiatives/Diversity @ UCR
The Diversity Initiatives website provides a comprehensive list of diversity focused resources available for students, staff and faculty. Students can also review UCR and UCOP Nondiscrimination and Affirmative Action Policies.
Location: Hinderaker 4148
Office of Administrative Resolution
The Office of Administrative Resolution is responsible for reviewing and resolving issues of policy, procedure, integrity and college relations that have the potential to impact the mission and well-being of the University. These issues include those involving students, staff and faculty.
Title IX/Sexual Harassment Office
The Title IX office monitors and evaluates campus policies and procedures to ensure compliance and provide an environment in which all members of the campus community feel supported and free of personal threat from sexual harassment and sexual violence. Students may report sexual harassment or sexual violence directly to the title IX office. Alternatively, reports of sexual violence and sexual harassment made to any responsible employees at UCR will be reported to title IX, thereby initiating an investigation.
Location: SURGE 349