Get Help

If you are in immediate danger, please dial 911 or (310) 243-3333 to reach the CSUDH police department. They will ensure your safety.

One of the first steps of getting help is learning about all of the options available to you. Please see the following resource guides for help: 

You don't have to go through this alone.

To discuss your options, contact Elizabeth Schrock, CSUDH Title IX Officer at (310) 243-1025 or; or Mayra Romo, the confidential CSUDH Victim's Advocate, at (310) 243-2567 or, or visit to schedule an appoinrment.

Information for Staff and Faculty

All CSUDH staff, faculty, and student employees are mandated to report all incidents that fall under the umbrella of sexual misconduct, sexual assault, sexual harassment, dating violence, domestic violence and stalking (unless that staff member is a Victim's Advocate, Counselor, Social Worker, or Psychologist that works for CSUDH under a medical license, counseling license, or Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Counselor Certification).

Click on the link below for some helpful tips to guide conversations with members of the CSUDH community that have disclosed or may disclose incidents of this nature, as well as links to other resources.