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We envision a process that will create an environment where students who report harm feel heard and supported. If you are on this website, we recognize that you might have experienced something traumatic. Take a sip of water. Take a deep breath. When you are ready please proceed to review the site. 

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Report an Incident

The Protected Identity Harm Reporting process is the University's process to address incidents where a community member experiences harm because of who they are and how they show up in the world.

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Resources for Our Communities

Student Affairs offers our communities support and we are continually seeking ways in which we can provide resources to those who may need it, whether on or off campus.

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COVID-19 Guidance for Students

We want to assure you that we are taking steps to protect everyone’s health and safety. We invite you to join us in minimizing the prevalence and reducing the spread of COVID-19 on our campus.

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Stanford Against Hate

Through the COVID-19 pandemic, more attention and awareness has grown around long standing issues of oppression and injustice.