Student Affairs encourages all students, staff, and faculty to familiarize yourself with our campus free speech policies, including informative training videos, policy documents, and a helpful FAQ. If you'd like to report a discrimination report, you can utilize our campus Title IX department.


Students in Crisis

Students in Crisis

We're Here to Help

Student Affairs is committed to nurturing, protecting and providing for its students.

How do I report a crime?

Contact UC Police Department

What if I'm being sexually harassed?

Contact the Title IX/Sexual Harassment Office

What if I have been sexually assaulted?

Contact a CARE advocate

What if I'm depressed or have thoughts about suicide?

Contact CAPS

What if I am overwhelmed and don’t know where to start?

Contact SACM

Where can I get help for alcohol or drug abuse?

Consult The Well's Alcohol/Drug Abuse Crisis Tips

What mental health services does my UCR insurance cover?

Contact Student Health Services

How am I doing emotionally?

Visit CAPS' Online Self-Assessment Library

How can I help a friend in crisis?

View CAPS' Tips on Helping a Friend in Crisis

How should I report a non-academic problem with another student on campus?

Contact SCAIP

How do I report a problem with a roommate or neighbor?

Fill out the Dean of Students' Good Neighbor Form

What qualifies as hazing and how can I report it?

Consult SCAIP's Hazing Information