Resources for GLO Leaders

Reporting Hazing Activity

Hazing is defined as any action taken which produces bodily harm or danger, mental or physical discomfort, embarrassment, harassment, fright, or ridicule. Permission or approval does not make hazing acceptable, legal, or defensible. Once a common tradition, hazing has been banned by all national, local, and international fraternal organizations and institutions of higher education. The University of California, Santa Cruz strictly enforces this policy, and organizations found in violation are subject to immediate suspension of campus recognition and privileges, as well as negative legal repercussions.

If you are aware of hazing, please contact either the SOAR Staff at 831-459-2934 or Student Conduct at 831-459-1738 or

Don’t hesitate to reach out to if you have a question or concern. Depending on your comfortability and level of concern, you can utilize the following options:

  • SOAR Staff: 831-459-2934
  • Student Conduct: 831-459-1738 or
  • Dean of Students: 831-459-4446
  • UCSC Police Department Emergency Number: 911
  • Santa Cruz Police Department: 831-420-5800



Report an Incident

The University of California, Santa Cruz is committed to maintaining an objective, civil, diverse and supportive community, free of coercion, bias, hate, intimidation, dehumanization or exploitation.

To report an incident of hate or bias, please use the resources below:

Counseling & Psychological Services


Location: Cowell Student Health Center, East Wing, 2nd Floor

Phone: 831-459-2628

Appointment scheduling: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday to Friday

In-person crisis services: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday to Friday

After-hours crisis services (evenings, weekends, and holidays): call (831) 459-2628 and follow menu prompts.

Consultation by phone or in person: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday to Friday

Overview of Services

CAPS services include groups, workshops, brief individual therapy, Let's Talk drop-in consultations, crisis intervention, referrals, couples counseling, educational outreach (e.g., through workshops, our newsletter, and social media), consultation for non-clients (e.g., staff, faculty, family members), and limited ADHD testing. CAPS also includes Psychiatry Services (psychotropic medication services), volunteer programs for UCSC students (Peer Education Program and Student Advisory Board), and training for doctoral-level psychology interns and postdoctoral fellows.

Sexual Violence Prevention & Response


Filing a Report

If you have experienced sexual violence (sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, and stalking), sexual harassment, or other prohibited behaviors you can file a report or complaint. Whether you report or not, support services are available for you. Learn more about your options and rights:

If you want to talk to someone about your reporting options first, be aware that all UC employees (unless designated confidential) are Required to Report to Title IX if they witness or learn of sexual violence and sexual harassment against a student.

Resources and Reporting options: A quick reference and contacts guide

Resources and reporting options are available to anyone who is a victim of sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating or domestic violence, and stalking. Confidential resources are available. Reporting options include criminal and administrative reporting. This PDF provides a brief description of each option. Download the pdf:

Campus Advocacy Resources & Education (CARE)


Location: Oakes Administration Building - Suite 221

Hours: Open for appointments and walk-in’s Monday-Friday, 9 am - 12 pm and 1 pm - 5 pm.

Phone: (831) 502-2273


Request an Appointment

CARE advocates provide nonjudgmental support and resources for survivors of sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, and stalking, and their significant others. To make an appointment, call or email the CARE office or fill out an appointment request form:

Walnut Avenue Women's Center


Phone: (866) 2MY-ALLY or (866) 269-2559 - 24-Hour Bilingual Hotline

Assistance for Domestic Violence and Crisis

The Women’s Center has full-time and volunteer advocates available to support victims of domestic violence. Our advocates are trained and certified DV counselors and can meet you where you are, responding to the needs you wish to have met. We offer a safe space for women and children to talk about the challenges and barriers that impact their lives.

Student Health Outreach & Promotion (SHOP)


Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Location: Student Health Center

Phone: 831-459-3772


SHOP is UCSC's Student Health Outreach and Promotion Program and a destination for information. SHOP is where students can go to learn about health and wellness in a safe, non-judgmental environment. SHOP offers information, education, resources and support on issues such as Alcohol and other Drug Use, Sexually Transmitted Infections and Sexual Health, and College Life balance. All UCSC students are welcome and encouraged to drop in and speak with SHOP's trained staff.

Alcohol, Tobacco, & Other Drugs


Hours: 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM, Monday through Friday & by appointment

Location: SHOP is located in the Student Health Center across the street from Colleges 9 & John R. Lewis College. We are in the building on your left as you come up the ramp to the Health Center, next to the Pharmacy.

When to get help:

Students with concerns about alcohol or drug use, either their own or someone they are close to, are encouraged to call (831) 459-1417 and talk with an Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) Educator. SHOP’s AOD Educator also provides confidential consultation services to faculty and staff to assist them in referring students.

Slug Support Program


College can be a challenging time for students and during times of stress it is not always easy find the help you need. The UCSC Slug Support Program was created to promote early intervention with students of concern to prevent culminating problems from escalating into a crisis. The goal of the Slug Support Program is to identify students of concern and develop an action plan focusing on retention through provision of support and resources.

If you are a student needing assistance, you may contact Slug Support directly by:

  • Phoning the Dean of Students office at 831-459-4446
  • Emailing the Dean of Students office at
  • Visiting the Dean of Students office at Hahn Student Services, #245 Monday-Friday, between 9am and 5pm
  • If you are faculty or staff, you may make a referral directly to a Slug Support Manager by:
    • Phoning the Dean of Students office at 831-459-4446
    • Emailing the Dean of Students office at
    • **Please note that Slug Support Managers are not available for immediate crises. If you are a student or are working with a student experiencing a mental health crisis, please call our 24 hour crisis line at 831-459-2628. If you are or are working with someone experiencing a life-threatening emergency, please call the Police by dialing 911.

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