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Note: 2023 is a re-training year on Sexual Harassment Prevention (SHP) for all faculty and supervisory staff on Sexual Harassment Prevention. Learn more about the supervisor/faculty online SHP training by clicking here.


Update: The non-contingent employee population (including casuals, Stanford temporary employees, and student employees) will be migrated to the even-year retraining cycle for 2024. Contingent employees who completed the sexual harassment prevention training in 2021 will be required to complete a bridge course in 2023 to comply with the State mandate.

Paths to Resolution

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To address situations involving sexual harassment, please contact the Title IX Coordinator at or 650-497-4955

External reporting

Both state and federal law prohibit sexual harassment.  You may file a complaint directly with any government agency that deals with unlawful harassment and discrimination claims:

  • U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)
  • Office for Civil Rights (OCR) of the U.S. Department of Education
  • State of California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH)

What not to do

Do not blame yourself. Sexual harassment is not something one brings on oneself.

Do not delay. Waiting to act in cases of sexual harassment only increases the probability that the harassing behavior will continue.

Don't wait to seek help. Being quiet about sexual harassment enables it to continue. Chances are very good that you are not the only one who has been harassed. Speaking up may prevent others from being harmed.

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.

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