If you have experienced any form of sexual misconduct including sexual assault, sexual harassment, dating/domestic violence or stalking, we encourage you to get help.
Report sexual misconduct against members of our community how to report.
Pacific community members shall be able to pursue their interests in a safe and respectful environment free from any form of sexual misconduct. The University will not tolerate such acts against its members, will investigate known incidents of alleged sexual misconduct, take immediate action to stop the behavior, prevent its reoccurrence, and address its effects. Violations of the Title IX Policy are forms of sexual harassment, which constitute prohibited sex-based discrimination, under Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972 and other public laws and their associated regulations. University of the Pacific addresses sexual misconduct violations through the process outlined in Pacific's Title IX Policy.
- Get Help — If you experience harassment/sexual assault, consider these immediate steps.
- How to Report — Report sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking.
- Supporting a Friend/Student — Tips on supporting victims of sexual harassment/assault, relationship violence, or stalking.
- Title IX Policy — Learn about Pacific's student and employee policy on sexual misconduct.
- Title IX/Sexual Misconduct Procedures
- Victim's Advocacy Program — Provides information, advocacy and support to students and employees who may be victims of crime, violence or abuse.
- Title IX Team Training Materials