For Students

Whether you are looking for more information for yourself, or to support a friend, the resources below are available to you.

Get Help

If you've experienced harm, you have rights and options for reporting, support, and accountability under Title IX. To talk through your options or ask questions, you can reach out to the Title IX Coordinator or the Campus Advocate Team, which provides free and confidential support, 24/7 at (707) 445-2881. Additionally, you can check out some of the resources linked below.

Campus Resources

Student Guides

Procedure Information

Additional Information

Local Resources

State & National Resources

Help a Friend

It can be really difficult for someone to share they've been sexually assaulted, abused, or experienced harm. It can also be difficult to know how to respond, if you've never dealt with this before. RAINN has a few different ways of showing support to someone who has chosen to confide in you:

  • Listen and communicate without judgement
  • Share resources with them, like the ones listed above
  • Be patient - there is no set timeline on healing or processing with what happened to them
  • Support their decisions
  • Maintain confidentiality, even if you think the survivor wouldn't mind or the other person wouldn't tell
    • If you are an employee of the university (including student employees), you may have reporting requirements. For more information, you can contact our office at (707) 826-5177.

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