Sexual Assault and Harassment Roundtable


On Monday, December 15, 2015 California State Assembly member Das Williams and Assembly member Jose Medina, Chair of the Assembly Higher Education Committee held a Sexual Assault and Harassment Roundtable to discuss UCLA’s prevention and response efforts. The campus community was invited voice their opinions on the topic.

UCLA is committed to providing a safe campus community. UCLA Student Affairs has established the Counseling and Psychological Services, Campus Assault Resources & Education (CARE), and the UCLA Sexual Harassment Prevention Office so create policies and procedures that address sexual assaults.

Survivors of sexual assault can seek an array of services from CARE immediate response from the 24-houf crisis counseling, and get consultations on legal options and referrals for medical options.

Additionally, CARE organizes prevention and education programs for the campus community.