Our academic community deserves to be free of sexual harassment and violence.
To thrive, work, create and succeed, members of our academic community need to feel secure in their dignity as human beings. As a university, we have a special responsibility to address sexual violence and sexual harassment (SVSH). UC Berkeley is committed to ongoing efforts in prevention, response, and support for survivors and communities. Our approach builds on a foundation laid by student leaders and activists, campus practitioners and administrators, as well as the many caring and committed members of our community.
Advisor to the Chancellor on SVSH
Berkeley is the first UC campus to have a faculty advisor to the Chancellor who coordinates campus-wide programs focused on preventing and responding to SVSH. The SVSH Advisor website provides an overview and portal to the rich variety of resources on campus for preventing and responding to SVSH.