About Title IX
Sacramento State is closely monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Please visit https://www.csus.edu/alert/coronavirus.html for more information. In light of current events, all Office for Equal Opportunity staff is working remotely. We are available via email or video conference to support our campus community Monday through Friday from 8am to 5pm.
The Confidential Advocate is also working remotely but continues to be available to the campus community by phone and email at (916) 278-5850 or email@example.com.
Sacramento State is a welcoming and inclusive community and does not tolerate discrimination, harassment, or retaliation. (Please see the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention site on knowing the facts about COVID-19 and helping stop the spread of rumors and bias.)
Students, faculty, and staff who feel they are being treated unfairly should contact the Office of Equal Opportunity by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or the Vice President of Inclusive Excellence at email@example.com. The University also provides counseling services for students through Student Health and Counseling Services.
Welcome to Sacramento State's "We Care. We Will Help." website, the sexual violence awareness resource for students, employees, and campus visitors. Here you will find the information, tools and means to keep your learning and work environment safe and enjoyable. We are committed to ensuring a safe setting for our campus community.
Sexual misconduct is a serious offense that violates fundamental rights and personal dignity. We offer numerous support and reporting options for victims of sexual harassment and sexual violence. Even if you aren't a victim, you can help by reporting such incidents.
Join us in keeping Sac State safe for everyone. Remember: We Care. We Will Help.
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Connect with the Title IX Coordinator
William "Skip" Bishop
Director of Equal Opportunity
Sacramento State, Title IX Coordinator
Phone: (916) 278-5770