Resources for Staff and Faculty

What is your reporting responsibility?

Any campus community member* who knows or has reason to know of allegations or acts that violate the policy prohibiting Discrimination, Harassment and Retaliation, shall promptly inform the DHR Administrator or Title IX Coordinator (if the allegations involve Sex Discrimination, Harassment or Sexual Violence).

Employees are required to disclose the name of a possible victim of Sexual Violence to the Title IX Coordinator even where the victim has requested that their name remain confidential; the Title IX Coordinator will determine whether confidentiality is appropriate given the circumstances of each such incident as set forth in Executive Order 1095.

To the extent possible, information reported to the Title IX Coordinator or other University employees will be shared only with individuals responsible for handling the University’s response to the incident. The University will protect the privacy of individuals involved in a Sexual Violence incident except as otherwise required by law or University policy. 


Training for Faculty and Staff

As part of our commitment to creating and sustaining an educational and working environment free from all forms of violence and harassment, and in compliance with the recommendations of Title IX and the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), the University is offering training and education for all employees through CSU Learn, a content management system that provides access to a wealth of engaging online eLearning courses, books, and videos:

CSU Learn login

*Limited Exceptions: The following persons are not required to report any information about an incident of sexual violence: (1) physicians; psychotherapists; professional, and licensed counselors who work on or off campus, and who provide medical or mental health treatment or counseling (including those who act in that role under their supervision); and (2) sexual assault and domestic violence counselors and advocates who work or volunteer on or off campus in sexual assault centers, victim advocacy offices, women’s centers, and health centers (including those who act in that role under their supervision, along with non-professional counselors or advocates who work or volunteer in sexual assault centers, victim advocacy offices, women’s centers or health centers), without the victim’s consent.

University Police are not required to report any personally-identifiable information about a victim of sexual violence if the victim requests confidentiality, but must report the facts of the incident.

Contact Us

Title IX/DHR Office

25800 Carlos Bee Blvd
Student Administration, SA 1109
Hayward, CA 94542

Phone: (510) 885-4918
Website: Title IX

Terri La Beaux
Title IX Coordinator
Phone: (510) 885-4918

Ellen G. Maloney Ruhe
Office Support Title IX & DHR
Phone: (510) 885-2788

JoLani Hironaka
DHR Administrator
Phone: (510) 885-2237