Title IX protects people from discrimination based on sex in education programs or activities that receive financial assistance from the federal government. This includes protection for students, educators and school employees against all forms of sex or gender discrimination, including sexual harassment, dating and domestic violence, other forms of sexual misconduct, stalking and retaliation.
The safety and well-being of our campus communities is a priority for the California State University. We are committed to ensuring a safe working and learning environment at every campus. The CSU was the first university system in the country to appoint a dedicated systemwide Title IX Compliance Officer to actively address issues related to sex discrimination and sexual violence. Students or staff experiencing discrimination based on sex or gender should contact their campus Title IX office.
Every CSU campus has a dedicated Title IX Coordinator and a Sexual Assault Victim Advocate to provide support to students. If you or someone you know has experienced sex discrimination or sexual violence, contact your campus Title IX office.
Various Executive Orders outline the CSU's policies with respect to discrimination, harassment, retaliation, violence, stalking and more.
In 2014, the CSU appointed the country’s first systemwide Title IX Compliance Officer as part of an increased commitment to ensuring student equity while also preventing sexual violence across our 23 campuses. The Title IX Compliance Officer works to end sex discrimination and sexual violence within the CSU by coordinating with campus officials and systemwide specialists to guarantee Title IX policy, programs and awareness campaigns are up-to-date and effective.
For information, please
email or call (562) 951-4641.