How to Report

At Sonoma State, the safety of our students is first and foremost. Here are some ways to report incidents to the university to help us ensure their safety.

Hazing

Report Hazing

All reports are anonymous and are reviewed by the university conduct office. Please remember the more information you give will help us in conducting the investigation.

Information on what hazing is and how to join the Anti-Hazing moment.

 

Office for the Prevention of Harassment and Discrimination

Report a Title IX Case

This form is to be used to report sexual misconduct, sexual assaults, sexual harassment, and or discrimination anonymously.

All reports are taken very seriously and reviewed by the Title IX officer.

Information and resources for Title IX at Sonoma State.

 

Confidential Advocacy

The Confidential Advocate provides support, victim outreach, coordination of support services, problem-solving and assistance with decision-making to SSU students who are

impacted or victimized by traumatic, disruptive or disturbing life events (i.e., sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking, biased related incidents, abusive relationships, hate

crimes, etc. The Confidential Advocate supports SSU students through the process of physical, emotional, and financial recovery.

For more informatoin please visit the Confidential Advocacy website or Contact Susan Pulido.