This new website was created by the Coordinated Community Review Team of UC Berkeley in 2019 and is intended as a place to start for navigating key information about university support services and reporting options, your responsibilities as a part of the community, the steps the campus is taking to prevent and respond to sexual violence and sexual harassment (SVSH), and how you can get involved. This website replaces svshadvisor.berkeley.edu.
Filing an Administrative Report
If you have experienced harm related to SVSH, you can file a report or complaint to the University. Please contact the Office for the Prevention of Harassment and Discrimination (OPHD), the campus Title IX Office. Website: ophd.berkeley.edu
For more information, see our Reporting page.
What does SVSH stand for?
The acronym SVSH expands to Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment. "SVSH" is used as an umbrella term which includes a range of conduct prohibited by the UC Policy on SVSH, including relationship violence, sexual assault, sexual harassment, stalking, and sexual exploitation. Find answers to more commonly asked questions on our FAQ page.
UC Berkeley's Commitment
As a university, we have a special responsibility to address sexual violence and sexual harassment (SVSH). UC Berkeley is committed to ongoing efforts in prevention, response, and support for survivors and communities. Our approach builds on a foundation laid by student leaders and activists, campus practitioners and administrators, as well as the many caring and committed members of our community.