What is Sexual Harassment?
Stanford is a vibrant community of differing generations, cultures and backgrounds. Behavior that is acceptable to one person may be unacceptable to another. Furthermore, it may be illegal.
Click here to review the updated Stanford Adminisitrative Guide Policy 1.7.1 on Sexual Harassment.
Consultation and advice
You might want just to talk to someone — to get ideas about what to do about the situation or behavior that concerns you. It could be someone else's behavior, or your own. There are several ways that you can talk with people on campus. You can even do it anonymously.
Concerns about sexual harassment, please contact the SHARE Title IX Office:
Questions about Education and Prevention (Training):
For compliance questions, technical issues, and eligibility concerns, please submit a SHARE Education ServiceNow Request
The Sexual Harassment/Assault Response & Education (SHARE) Office - Education Team
419 Lagunita Drive, Suite 230
Stanford, CA 94305-8210
Monday through Friday
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM