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COVID-19 Response Update: The Title IX Office recognizes that discrimination, harassment, and violence do not come to a halt during a health crisis and wants to reassure the Toro community that all essential equity-related prevention and response services will continue to be provided to students, staff, and faculty. We are available during business hours (Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.) to respond to questions and meet remotely via phone, Zoom, and text. 

If you would like to speak with us, please contact Title IX Officer, Elizabeth Schrock, via email at eschrock@csudh.edu. To notify us about an incident, please fill out the online form that can be found on the Make a Report page of this website. 

Further, Student Health and Psychological Services and the Center for Advocacy, Prevention, and Empowerment (CAPE) continue to provide confidential supportive services remotely. Please visit their websites for up-to-date information. In an emergency or after business hours, please call the CSUDH Police Department at (310) 243-3333 or 911.

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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 confidentially, contact CSUDH's Center for Advocacy, Prevention, and Empowerment or make an appointment with CSUDH's Confidential Advocate here.

You are always welcome to schedule a meeting with the Title IX Office to discuss your rights, resources, and options by calling (310) 243-1025.


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.


Download the iToro App in the Apple App Store or Google Play for mobile access to the Title IX website and reporting form.