California State University, Sacramento

Based on real user feedback and statistics, csus.edu no longer supports Microsoft’s Internet Explorer browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience.

Skip to Main Content

We Care. We Will Help. Addressing Sex-Based Offenses in the Campus Community

About Title IX

What is Title IX?

Title IX is a federal law that requires educational institutions receiving funds to address discrimination and harassment based on sex. This law factors into Sacramento State’s policies on investigating and providing resources for anyone who has experienced sexual misconduct (including sexual battery and rape), dating or domestic violence, and stalking.

We Care, We Will Help.

Welcome to Sacramento State’s “We Care. We Will Help.” website. We are committed to ensuring a safe and enjoyable setting for work and study. Sexual misconduct and other sex-based offenses are serious transgressions that violate fundamental rights and personal dignity. We offer support and reporting options. Even if you haven’t experienced such violations personally, you can help. Please protect our community by reporting any information about these incidents to the Office for Equal Opportunity (OEO) and by encouraging anyone who discloses to utilize the numerous available resources.

Myths & Facts

Find Us

William "Skip" Bishop
Director of Equal Opportunity
Sacramento State, Title IX Coordinator

Contact Us

Phone: (916) 278-5770
equalopportunity@csus.edu