If you or someone you know is in danger or needs immediate help, please call 911.
In 2020, UCLA’s Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion unified existing civil rights investigatory units under the new Civil Rights Office (“CRO”), which serves UCLA’s campus and the UCLA Health System, and is led by the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Civil Rights. CRO ensures that UCLA remains in compliance with federal and state law and applicable UC policy concerning protections under Title VI and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972, the Americans with Disabilities Act, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and equal employment opportunity and affirmative action obligations. CRO is comprised of the following units:
The Discrimination Prevention Office (DPO) is responsible for assessing and investigating reports of discrimination or harassment based on race, ancestry, national origin, disability, religion, age, and other categories protected by law and University policy brought against academic personnel.
The Staff Diversity & Equal Employment Opportunity Compliance Office (SD&C) is responsible for assessing and investigating reports of all forms of discrimination or harassment protected by law and University policy brought against staff.
The Title IX Office (T9) is responsible for assessing and investigating reports of gender discrimination, sexual harassment, and sexual violence brought against any member of the campus community.
Discrimination and Harassment Are Expressly Prohibited
Sexual violence, sexual harassment, discrimination, and discriminatory harassment are all expressly prohibited by the University of California’s policies pertaining to students, academic personnel, and staff. UCLA takes sexual violence, sexual harassment, and discrimination very seriously.
If any member of the community has observed or experienced sexual violence, sexual harassment, or discrimination based upon any protected category, they can report the incident to the Civil Rights Office.
Protected categories include; race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender, gender expression, gender identity, gender transition status, pregnancy, physical or mental disability, medical condition (cancer-related or genetic characteristics), genetic information (including family medical history), ancestry, marital status, age, sexual orientation, citizenship, or service in the uniformed services, including protected veterans.
To report an incident of discrimination or harassment, please fill out the below form:
This is a general civil rights reporting page for all individuals (complainants, mandatory reporters, and third party observers) who want to report a complaint of discrimination or harassment.
Please note that any fields marked with an asterisk are required. If you wish to remain anonymous, please write "anonymous" in the Name field or leave blank.
Complainant is the person who experienced the alleged conduct. If the Complainant's information is different than the Reporter's information above, please provide that information here. If you and/or the Complainant wish to remain anonymous, please write “anonymous” in the Name field or leave blank.
Respondent is the person who is alleged to have engaged in the conduct. If Respondent unknown, please leave blank.
Please select the type of report you wish to submit (all that apply).
Please provide the following information about the incident(s): date, time, and any additional information. If you do not know or wish to share certain details in non-required fields, please leave the section blank.
Please enter the names of any individuals who witnessed the incident(s). Please include their contact information, if available.
If you have experienced sexual violence, sexual assault, sexual harassment, dating/domestic violence or stalking, confidential support and guidance is available to you, including CARE. The advocate office, CARE: Advocate Office for Sexual and Gender-Based Violence and Sexual Misconduct, was created at every UC campus to provide dedicated, full-time support to survivors of sexual violence, both immediately and over the long term. These dedicated offices ensure that survivors can reach an advocate whose sole responsibility is to support their needs. The Advocate Office, which launched system wide in January 2015, is one of seven recommendations from the President's Task Force on Preventing and Responding to Sexual Violence and Sexual Assault.
Please find links and further information for CARE and other confidential and non-confidential resources below:
Santa Monica Rape Treatment Center
Student Legal Services
Office of the Ombuds
Staff and Faculty Counseling Center
UC Police Department
ADA/504 Compliance Office
Disability Management, UCLA Campus
Disability Management, UCLA Health
The General Campus Faculty Demographics Dashboard provides 5 years of data on the gender and racial/ethnic composition of UCLA faculty (Senate and non-Senate). Users have the option to filter the data by School/Division, Department, Academic Series, and Title.
The Non-Academic Staff Demographics Dashboard provides 10 years of data on the gender and racial/ethnic composition of non-academic staff at UCLA. Data are presented as headcounts and FTE (full-time equivalents) counts. Users have the option to filter by Year, Personnel Subcategory, School/Organizational Unit, and Department.
Student Enrollments charts and data tables reflect the declared majors of enrolled students at the end of the third week of a term. Enrollments are reported as fall term snapshots and three-quarter averages (averaged across fall, winter, and spring quarters of an academic year).
Undergraduate Admissions charts and data tables provide information on freshman and transfer applicants, admits, and enrollees.
The Leadership Demographics Dashboard provides 9 years of data on the gender and racial/ethnic composition of UCLA Department Chairs, Deans, and Senior Administrators.
The Leadership Demographics Dashboard provides 11 years of data on the gender and racial/ethnic composition of UCLA Department Chairs, Deans, and Senior Administrators.