Everyone at UC – students, faculty, staff and administrators – has the right to a safe learning and working environment. UC does not tolerate sexual violence, sexual assault, sexual harassment, dating/domestic violence or stalking. Each of us plays a critical role in ensuring the university is a safe place, and should know the rules of being part of the UC community.
- UC is committed to fostering a community where everyone works and learns together in a place free of harassment, exploitation and intimidation.
- UC will respond promptly to reports of sexual violence and take appropriate action to prevent it and when necessary, take disciplinary action.
- UC expects everyone to take university education and training courses on sexual violence prevention. Faculty, other academic appointees and staff are required to take sexual harassment prevention training.
These policies provide information regarding the University’s prevention and response efforts to sex offenses. The policies contain information regarding how the University works to prevent sex offenses, how it will respond once it becomes aware of a sex offense, and of the many resources available to those who have been affected by a sex offense. This website is only a starting place for those seeking information. We hope that if you have further questions and concerns you will contact the Office of Equal Opportunity and Diversity (OEOD) regarding administrative remedies or the Campus Assault Resource Education Center (CARE) for confidential assistance from the victim advocate.
UC’s policies and codes of conduct spell out the rights and responsibilities of students and employees in ensuring that UC is a safe environment, and how the university addresses reports of sexual violence and sexual harassment.
UC Irvine PolicyUCI Guidelines for Reporting and Responding to Reports of Sex Offenses
UCI Student Adjudication Model for Sex Offenses and Sexual Harassment
UCI Code of Student Conduct