Victim Advocate – (209) 403.0250. Trained to support and assist any student who has experienced a sexual assault, harassment, or crime. The Victim Advocate can explain options regarding medical care, academic concerns, housing, counseling, judicial process, and filing a report.
Reassignment of Rooms and Classes – When a student alleging a sexual assault or sexual harassment and the accused attend the same class or reside in the same campus residence or in close proximity to one another, the student may make a request through the Victim Advocate for consideration of immediate reassignment. The Victim Advocate’s Office will consult with the appropriate areas and request that changes be made if possible regarding class changes. A safe room is available on a temporary basis through the Victim Advocate’s Office.
Education and Counseling – The University of the Pacific offers educational programming to students, faculty and staff on sexual assault and sexual harassment. The University provides limited medical treatment and counseling to students who may have been a victim of sexual misconduct or any other crime.