Title IX Resources
Cadets who have experienced a sexual violence are encouraged to seek support as needed for their health and safety regardless of whether the incident occurred days, weeks, months, or years ago. This information is intended to provide various support options available to assist in making informed choices about accommodations and next steps:
In an emergency, dial 911 for immediate assistance.
Medical Support (confidential)
Student Health Center provides services including General Health & Wellness; Women’s Health; Health Education; Pharmacy; and Counseling.
The California Coalition Against Sexual Assault (CALCASA) provides leadership, vision and resources to rape crisis centers, individuals and other entities committed to ending sexual violence.
For Cadets: The Cadet Emergency Grant supports cadets experiencing a financial emergency or unanticipated expenses, causing financial hardship. This program is designed to assist in situations where the emergency may impede academic progress, and for those who cannot reasonably resolve their financial difficulty through other resources. Emergency grants reimburse actual expenses and do not have to be repaid. cadets apply through an online application and are awarded on a first-come, first served basis.
For Employees: CalVCP can help pay bills and expenses that result from qualifying violent crimes (including sexual and domestic violence). Some expenses that may be covered include medical and mental health bills, relocation, income loss, home security and other crime related expenses. To apply for CalVCP contact a local victim services organization, call 800-777-9229, or visit CalVCP.
View AB 809 - Approved September 2019
AB 809 amends Title IX protections and:
- Encourages all public colleges and universities in California to post Title IX protections for pregnant and parenting students to their website;
- Encourages each campus to distribute this information at on-campus health centers;
- Encourages on-campus childcare programs to prioritize children of low-income single parents.
Pregnant or Parenting? Title IX Protects You From Discrimination At School.