Make a Report

To report sexual harassment, sexual assault, domestic violence or stalking to the University, please use the CSUDH Online Reporting Form.

To Report an Emergency, please call the CSUDH Police Department by dialing 911 or (310) 243-3333.


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 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.


In all cases, CSUDH strongly encourages students and employees to report sex discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual assault, sexual misconduct, dating and domestic violence, and stalking incidents to the university and to the police to ensure your safety and the safety of others. If you choose to report to both the university and the police, a significant delay will not occur, and the sooner you report, the easier that it is to gather evidence.

To clarify the differences and similarities between reporting to the university and reporting to the police, download the CSUDH Guide to Reporting Options [PDF].

Reporting to the University

You are encouraged to fill out the CSUDH Online Reporting Form, which will forward your report directly to the Title IX Office.

You can also set up a time to meet with the Title IX Officer by contacting the Title IX Office at (310) 243-1025.

Most CSUDH employees have a duty to report sex discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, dating and domestic violence, and stalking incidents when they are on notice of them. When a survivor/victim tells the Title IX Officer or another employee about a sexual misconduct, dating or domestic violence, or stalking incident, the victim has the right to expect the university to take immediate and appropriate steps to investigate what happened and to resolve the matter promptly and equitably. 

Reporting to the Police

CSUDH also encourages students and employees to report sexual misconduct, dating and domestic violence, and stalking to the CSUDH Police Department. You can call 24 hours a day to speak to a dispatcher, who can assist you in calling the officer on duty. The CSUDH Police Department is located at:

CSUDH Police Department
Welch Hall, Room B-100
CSU Dominguez Hills
1000 East Victoria Street
Carson, CA 90747

Hours: 24 hours
Phone: (310) 243-3333 (emergency) or 911

During business hours, CSUDH's Confidential Advocate and Coordinator of the Center for Advocacy, Prevention, and Empowerment can accompany you to make a report to the university or the police, as well as provide more information about the process. Contact her by email at, by phone at (310) 243-2567, or schedule an appointment at


Please see below for the CSU Executive Orders governing CSUDH's response to gender-based discrimination, harassment, and retaliation: 

Additional Useful Information:

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