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You now have three options for reporting incidents of sexual harassment to Stanford.

Report through SHARE Title IX Office:

Students and all faculty or employees who are Responsible Employees reporting incidents of sexual violence, sexual harassment, or gender discrimination should contact Stephen Chen, Title IX Coordinator and Director of SHARE Title IX Office, at or (650) 497-4955 or Kingscote Gardens (2nd Floor), 419 Lagunita Drive, Stanford, CA 94305-8231. If you are undergraduate Residental Staff, please call the On-Call Residence Dean at (650) 504-8022 and then submit via the CSA Title IX form.

Reports emailed to the Title IX Office should include the following information, if known (and don’t worry if you don’t have all of this information as is often the case):

  • Name of Responsible Employee making report
  • Name of impacted party (Complainant)
  • Name of accused party (Respondent)
  • Date and time disclosure made to the Responsible Party
  • Approximate date and time that incident occurred
  • Where incident occurred
  • What happened (or what you think happened if you were asleep or incapacitated)/What was disclosed
  • Whether you are asking for immediate help from the Title IX Office such as:
  • A no contact order
  • Housing accommodations
  • Academic accommodations

Report through Ethics and Compliance Helpline:

Members of the Stanford community who have concerns may report them, anonymously if desired, and a resolution will be made by knowledgeable individuals. Raising concerns is a service to Stanford. Stanford policy prohibits retaliation against an individual who in good faith reports or provides information about concerns or suspected violations.  How to access the Ethics & Compliance Helpline

Report through Callisto:

Callisto is a third-party online platform that allows you to document your experience with unwanted sexual conduct.  You choose whether and when to submit it to the university as a formal report.  There is also a matching feature when a respondent's name is matched in another Callisto report.   View the Callisto website