The University is committed to facilitating fair and equitable services for UCI community members accused of sexual violence, sexual harassment, dating violence, domestic violence or stalking ("respondents"). Respondents have the right to due process, meaning they have the right to be notified of allegations and an opportunity to respond to them. Respondents also have the right to understand the University's investigation and adjudication process. Campus services available to Respondents are provided by or facilitated through the Office of Campus Social Work.
The Respondent Services CSW helps respondents understand their rights and navigate the investigation and adjudication process. The RS CSW can assist directly with the process by providing accompaniment to formal hearings and assisting with securing interpreter or translation services. The RS CSW can also help with referrals to campus and community resources, such as for psychological counseling, legal services (including those to help comply with protection orders), alternative housing, academic changes and other needs.
UCI Respondent Services does not offer or provide legal consultation, advice or services.
UC Policy and Investigation Frameworks
UC Sexual Violence and Sexual Harrassment Policy (Effective 7/31/19)