- Office of the President
- Current Initiatives
- Affinity-based Student Success and Resource Centers
- Enrollment and Budget Gap Tiger Teams
- College of Health Implementation Task Force
- Faculty and Staff Housing
- Latinx Advisory Board
- Post-COVID Opportunity Scan
- President's Equity Council
- Scaling Career Services Task Force
- Staff Wellness, Enrichment and Engagement Team (SWEET)
- Working Professional Recruitment and Service Task Force
- Leadership Searches
- Messages from the President
- Conclusion of Cozen O’Connor Assessment
- CSU Presidential Review Criteria
- A message from Interim Chancellor - President Sandeen Triennial Review
- Recreation and University Union - Proposed Fee Increases
- 2023 Budget Principles
- Financial Stability Process Memo
- Deep Dive into Future Directions
- CSU Budget Reallocation Update
- Letter to Our Campus Community: The Death of Tyre Nichols
- Announcing new Working Professional Task Force
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- Support for Lunar New Year Tragedy
- Title IX/DHR Update
- Kathleen Wong(Lau), Ph.D. Named University Diversity Officer
- Reimagining the Concord Campus Update
- Staff Wellness, Enrichment and Engagement Team (SWEET)
- Sharing the Reimagining the Concord Campus Task Force report
- Upcoming Title IX Organizational Assessment visit
- Recent DACA Decision and Our Response
- Chancellor Koester Message Regarding Title IX Assessment
- With Renewed Commitment to Serve Our Black Community Members
- A Message from Interim Chancellor Jolene Koester
- Staff Salary Equity Study
- Diversity Office Update
- Near-Final Future Directions Draft for Feedback
- Evelyn Buchanan Appointed Vice President for University Advancement
- Applied Sciences Center Receives Full Donor Funding
- Myeshia Armstrong appointed Vice President for Administration & Finance
- Grand Opening of Student Success Centers on Thursday, March 17
- A message from President Sandeen regarding CSU Trustees' acceptance of Chancellor Castro's resignation
- Walt Jacobs, Ph.D., named Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
- Professor Enrique Salmón appointed as Cal State East Bay Inaugural Tribal Liaison
- Cal State East Bay Title IX Responsibilities to Our Community
- Cal State East Bay to return to scheduled course delivery Monday, Jan. 31
- Cal State East Bay named to #CaliforniansForAll College Corps
- Welcome to Spring Semester 2022
- Update on the Beginning of Spring 2022 Semester
- CSU to Require Vaccination Boosters
- 2021 Messages
- With gratitude, from President Sandeen
- Telecommuting program to begin January 2022
- My Story, My Truth Assessment Results
- Launching Our Future Directions Strategic Planning Initiative
- In Support of Our DACA Students
- CSU COVID-19 Vaccination Requirement for Students, Faculty and Staff
- Updated University Guidance on Face Coverings at Cal State East Bay
- Looking Forward to Seeing Everyone Again
- Looking forward beyond COVID-19
- CSU to require immunization against COVID-19
- If one of us, then all of us: A statement asking for grace, compassion and togetherness
- Housing Task Force Report
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- COVID-19 One Year Later
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Know Your Options
Help is available. If you have experienced sexual violence, you are encouraged to seek immediate assistance from police and healthcare providers for your physical safety, emotional support and medical care, whether or not you choose to make an official report.
Campus Confidential Advocate
The Confidential Advocate is a counselor and sexual assault advocate here exclusively to talk to and advocate for survivors, and those impacted by sexual violence including: sexual harassment, dating and intimate partner violence, sexual assault, stalking, and sexual exploitation. The confidential advocate serves the entire campus community; students, faculty, staff and affiliates.
The Confidential Advocate is a privileged and confidential resource. Information will only be shared with CSUEB with permission from survivors.
Location: SHCS 1152
Phone: (510) 885-3700
Student Health and Counseling Services Center
Cal State East Bay's on-campus Student Health and Counseling Services (SHCS) center is staffed with trained counselors and medical staff who can provide immediate (as well as ongoing) confidential support and can discuss your options with you. Meet the counseling and medical staff »
Student Health & Counseling Services
Location: SHCS 1209
Monday – Friday
8:30am – 5:30pm
Phone: (510) 885-3735
Community Centers and Hotlines
BAWAR - Bay Area Women Against Rape
24-Hour Hotline: (510) 800-4247
Office: (510) 430-1298 | email@example.com
From its beginnings in 1971, BAWAR has addressed the problem of sexual assault with two basic goals:
- To establish a place where rape and incest survivors could receive the quality counseling and advocacy they need
- To provide community education regarding sexual assault issues.
BAWAR offers experienced counseling and advocacy 24-hours per day, in English and Spanish.
SFWAR - San Francisco Women Against Rape
24-Hour Hotline: (415) 647-7273
Office: (415) 861-2024 | firstname.lastname@example.org
SFWAR provides resources, support, advocacy and education to strengthen the work of all individuals, and communities in San Francisco that are responding to, healing from, and struggling to end sexual violence.
The Men's Center for Counseling
Phone: (510) 644-8262
The Men's Center for Counseling offers a diverse and skilled staff of licensed therapists, specializing in the field of men's psychology and gender issues, that provide a safe and supportive environment for change and healing in men's lives.
National Centers and Hotlines
National Domestic Violence Hotline
24-hour Hotline: 1-800-799-7233
The National Domestic Violence Hotline provides lifesaving tools and immediate support to enable victims to find safety and live lives free of abuse. Callers to the Hotline can expect highly trained experienced advocates to offer compassionate support, crisis intervention information and referral services in over 170 languages. Visitors to this site can find information about domestic violence, safety planning, and local resources.
RAINN - National Sexual Assault Hotline
Phone: 1-800-656-4673 | 24-hour online help
RAINN offers support and information to victims of sexual assault. All calls are anonymous and confidential. You can also get 24/7 live help online.
National Center for Victims of Crime
1-800-FYI-CALL | 1-800-394-2255 | TTY 1-800-211-7996
The National Center for Victims of Crime is a nonprofit organization advocating for all victims of crime - adults and children. They educate child victims about their rights and the recent provisions that have been established to protect them.
SNAP - Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests
Phone: (925) 708-6175
SNAP is an independent, confidential network of survivors of religious sexual abuse and their supporters who work to protect the vulnerable, heal the wounded, and prevent abuse.
Office of Justice Programs
Phone: 1-800-363-0441 | Email: ITVERP@usdoj.gov
The Office for Victims of Crime offers the following resources: victim assistance information, research findings, and educational materials specific to domestic and family violence.
California Attorney General’s Victim Service Unit
Phone: 1-887-433-9069 | Email: email@example.com
The Victim Service Unit offers crime victims and their families support and information at every stage of the criminal process. Victims have rights, and the Attorney General is committed to ensuring that those rights are protected.
California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, Office of Victim & Survivor Rights & Service
Phone: 1-877-256-6877 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Office of Victim Services provides valuable information if you were the victim, survivor, or witness to a crime and the offender was sentenced to the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) either in an adult or juvenile facility.
Victim Compensation Program
Phone: 1-800-777-9229 | Email: email@example.com
The California Victim Compensation Program can help pay bills and expenses that result from certain violent crimes. Victims of crime who have been injured or have been threatened with injury may be eligible for help.
Center for Disease Control and Prevention: Intimate Partner Violence
The CDC Intimate Partner Violence webpage provides strategies on how to promote healthy behaviors in relationships, as well as data, reports, and a list of additional resources.
The Defending Childhood Initiative, a component of the U.S. Department of Justice, was launched in 2010 and has been working with leading researchers to take an in-depth look at the problem of children exposed to violence.
National Institute of Justice: Intimate Partner Violence
The NIJ is the research, development and evaluation agency of the U.S. Department of Justice and is dedicated to improving knowledge and understanding of crime and justice issues through science.
Intimate partner violence describes physical, sexual, or psychological harm by a current or former intimate partner or spouse. Learn more about Intimate Partner Violence.
California Partnership to End Domestic Violence
California Partnership to End Domestic Violence is a statewide membership coalition of domestic violence agencies and victim service providers that foster unity within the domestic violence movement in California.
Office of Violence against Women
The mission of the Office on Violence Against Women (OVW), a component of the U.S. Department of Justice, is to provide federal leadership in developing the national capacity to reduce violence against women and administer justice for and strengthen services to victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking.