Attend these events this month to bring awareness and healing to sexual violence.




Get the Facts

Know the truth about sexual violence.



Get Help. Give Help. Share Survivor Resources and Reporting Options.

You are not alone. Learn about survivor resources, rights and confidential spaces.

Confidential Resources – On Campus

Campus Advocacy, Resources & Education (CARE)

(951) 827-6225 (Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.)
Providing confidential resources, support and help to those impacted by sexual violence.

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

Veitch Student Center, North Wing
(951) 827-5531 (Counselors are available 24/7 by phone.)
Providing confidential individual or group therapy options for survivors of sexual violence.

Office of the Ombuds

390 Surge Building
(951) 827-3213
Assisting UCR community members in addressing or resolving disputes/ongoing conflicts (impartial, informal and independent).

Confidential Resources – Off Campus

Riverside Area Rape Crisis Center (RARCC)

1845 Chicago Ave., Suite A, Riverside, CA 92507
24-hour hotline: (951) 686-RAPE (7273) or (866) 686-7273 (toll free)

Alternatives to Domestic Violence

24-hour hotline: (951) 683-0829

Reporting Options

UC Police Department (UCPD)

3500 Canyon Crest Drive
Emergency (Police, Fire, Medical): 911
(951) 827-5222

Title IX Office

349 Surge Building
(951) 827-7070


It’s On Us at UC Riverside to stop sexual violence. At UCR, we recognize the various identities and intersectional experiences of our students, staff and faculty. Now more than ever, it’s on us to:

  • Support survivors and vulnerable communities.
  • Bring awareness to sexual violence and injustice.
  • Cultivate solidarity through healing, activism and education.
  • Stand together.

Sexual Violence is engaging in sexual behavior without the consent of the other person, or when the other person is unable to consent. It includes sexual assault, sexual battery, intimate partner violence and stalking. It affects all communities regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation and ability.


Watch: It’s On Us Video

We’ve Taken the Pledge. Join Us.

The solution begins with each of us. See who is already on board, and then join your Highlander community in making a personal pledge to stop sexual violence.


It’s on you. It’s on me. It’s on each of us to stop sexual violence.
Take a personal pledge to be part of the solution at ITSONUS.ORG.


Do Something to Stop Sexual Violence.

You may find yourself in a situation where you can help prevent sexual violence. Even if you don’t know the person involved, you can still help.
Just remember these three options:

  • Be direct (ask if they need help).
  • Distract (get creative and diffuse the situation).
  • Delegate (get help from someone else).