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SHARE Title IX Announcements

We have heard numerous reports of concern about the messaging in White Plaza around acts of sexual violence connected with the events in Israel and Palestine; and we understand that exposure to these messages can be triggering for those who have experience with sexual misconduct. 


For those impacted and needing support, please visit this site or continue to reach out to the SHARE Title IX Office directly. The Confidential Support Team and YWCA are also available to support anyone affected.

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Who We Are

The SHARE (Sexual Harassment/Assault Response & Education) Title IX Office is the University’s central resource for redressing and preventing sexual harassment and violence issues experienced by all Stanford community members. Formed in September of 2020, the SHARE Title IX Office brings together in collaboration the teams of the former Title IX, SHPO, and SARA Offices.

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Welcome to the SHARE Title IX Office

We are committed to creating educational programming for a variety of audiences, providing a variety of supportive measures, conducting impartial and trauma-informed investigations of complaints, facilitating informal resolutions, and ensuring compliance with state and federal mandates. We invite all campus community members to increase their awareness, prevent violence where they can, and foster a culture of safety and respect. 

Submit a Report

There are many ways to make a report to the SHARE Office, including using the link below. Submitting a report via the link below is not the same as submitting a Formal Complaint as required by the Title IX Procedure, but it will allow the SHARE Response Team to reach out to the Complainant with resources and support.


Stanford requires all faculty, staff, postdocs, and students to complete sexual harassment prevention programs. Find which online course you are required to complete as well as how to enroll in your assigned course. These courses are vital to community efforts to build a safe and healthy environment for all of our community members. 

Help and Support

If you have experienced sexual and/or relationship violence, stalking, sexual harassment, and/or gender-based discrimination, there are a variety of resources available to assist you.

Get Informed

Access our library of resources to learn about supporting survivors, preventing bystander effect, self defense, what to do if you're a concerned friend/colleague/family member, and more. 


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New SHARE-affiliated course offering

PEDS 116: Peer Education & Campus Culture

Enrollment in this course prepares undergraduate students to be PEER health educators and is required to be eligible for a paid PEER position.

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