Especially for Students
The Stanford community is a great place to make lifelong friends and a wide variety of interpersonal connections. Most connections here on "the farm" are positive ones but there may be times when friends, colleagues and others are not as respectful as you would wish.
This Resource Guide provides an overview of the many resources Stanford has available for students. However, for comprehensive information, students are encouraged to consult:
- Stanford's SHARE Title IX website: Resources and Options
- Sexual Violence Support & Resources: Learn about options and resources
Stephen Chen is the Title IX Coordinator. His role is to ensure that complaints are handled according to established policies and procedures. If you have concerns or questions about Title IX compliance, contact his office:
- Voice: 650.497.4955
Stanford's SHARE Title IX Office website provides detailed information about Title IX protections for students, including links to Title IX FAQs and the University's Title IX Administrative Policy and Procedures.
The Confidential Support Team (CST), reachable 24/7 at 650.725.9955, offers confidential support to Stanford students impacted by sexual assault and relationship violence, including domestic abuse, intimate partner abuse, stalking and sexual or gender-based harassment. CST services include information and help accessing resources, short-term emotional support and ongoing individual counseling. There is no charge for Stanford students. For more information about CST’s hotline, hours and support services, please visit the CST web page.
YWCA Golden Gate Silicon Valley @ Stanford is also available:
YWCA @ Stanford provides free and confidential support to all survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, and human trafficking in the Stanford community.
YWCA 24/7 Support Line: 800.572.2782
Stanford Line: (408) 649-7686
Weekly Walk In Hours: Services available outside of Walk-In hours by appointment Mondays 8 AM - 2 PM
Thursdays/Fridays 4 PM - 8 PM
Saturdays/Sundays 10 AM - 3 PM
The SHARE Education Team, which includes staff from the office formerly known as the Sexual Assault & Relationship Abuse (SARA) office, provides comprehensive resources to Stanford students regarding reported incidents of sexual assault and relationship abuse. The SHARE Education Team also provides educational outreach and training.