If you have been accused

Resources for Respondents of Sexual Harassment, Sexual Assault, Dating and Domestic Violence, and Stalking

UCLA Title IX and Sexual Harassment Prevention Office

2255 Murphy Hall • (310) 206-3417


 This office provides information and consultation about campus policies and procedures regarding sexual harassment to any interested person. Consultations are also available for faculty, supervisors, administrators, and others who need information about their responsibilities to address sexual harassment of which they become aware. Contact titleix@conet.ucla.edu.


Respondent Services Coordinator: Jason Zeck 

(310) 206-5575

Email: respondents@ucla.edu


The Respondent Services Brochure has information about the process and how to access volunteer campus advocates. You have the right to an advisor and/or support person. Respondent Services assists student, faculty and staff (including UCLA Health) respondents with understanding their rights, understanding the SVSH policy, understanding the Title IX review process, understanding the associated adjudication processes for Respondents found to have violated SVSH policy, as well as meeting accompaniment. Although Respondent Services isn't designated as a confidential resource, they do respect a respondent's right to privacy and will explain what this means during the first conversation. You may contact Respondent Services via e-mail at respondents@ucla.edu or by calling (424) 322-0251 to inquire about support options available to you including general guidance on these matters. 


CAPS • The Counseling Center • Counseling and Psychological Services

John Wooden Center West

Office Hours: Mon-Thurs, 8am-8pm; Fri, 9am-5pm

(310) 825-0768 •


 Counseling for registered students responding to complaints of harassment or assault is available. Crisis counseling is also available 24 hours a day.


UCLA Student Legal Services
A239 Murphy Hall   (310) 825-9894

This office provides confidential legal counseling and assistance regarding a wide range of concerns to all currently registered and enrolled UCLA students.


The University strives to be fair in the handling of student conduct cases including allegations of sexual misconduct. You have the right to due process, meaning you have the right to be notified of the allegations and an opportunity to respond to them. You also have the right to understand the university's investigation and adjudication process.  These procedures are explained in UCLA Student Conduct Procedures for Allegations of Sexual Harassment, Sexual Misconduct, Domestic and Dating Violence, and Stalking.  Questions concerning these procedures can be addressed to the Office of the Dean of Students, the Title IX Director, or Student Legal Services.