Information & Resources on Campus
The following CSUSM departments work on education, prevention, and intervention of sexual assault and domestic violence. We are all commited to creating a safe and rewarding learning environment in which all students can thrive.
The Gender Equity Center provides advocacy and support for victims/survivors of abuse, working directly with students to develop safety plans, access services, and gain emotional support.
The Dean of Students provides assistance to students with any University matter needing resolution, such as student grievances and/or student conduct. That office can provide information on the disciplinary hearing process regarding incidents of sexual assault, the option of changing the students’ academic or on-campus living arrangements, and student status and employment sanctions that can be imposed following determination of campus disciplinary procedures regarding allegations of sexual assault.
Student Health and Counseling Services is available to assist sexual assault victims understand their medical and reporting options. SHCS provides counseling for survivors of abuse, and physical examinations to students.
The University Police Department has primary jurisdiction for the investigation and documentation of all sexual offenses occurring on University property. To report a sexual assault or other sex offense, victims are encouraged to immediately contact the University Police Department by dialing 911 or (760) 750-4567 in order to obtain immediate police assistance, emergency medical care and treatment along with valuable referral information.
For additional information on all of these departments, visit the websites via the link on the right navigation. For more information about campus services or response to sexual assault, domestic violence, or gender violence, contact the Women's Center at 760.750.4988.