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CONCERNED about SEXUAL HARASSMENT?

Four Stanford policies address different aspects of inappropriate gender-based or sexual behavior: Sexual Harassment, Prohibited Sexual Conduct, Consensual Sexual Relationships, and Title IX Administrative Policy and Procedures.

If you think someone has crossed a line, you have several options for getting help:

Awareness and Prevention

About Students

Stanford's policies and Title IX provide students with broad protections from unlawful sexual harassment and sexual misconduct. Read more

Our Training Programs

Education and awareness are the best ways to prevent sexual harassment. Different courses are available. The course you should take is determined by your role at Stanford: faculty, staff, and other members of the university community.

See a table view of the courses

Technical Help With Our Online Training

For technical support, visit the LawRoom by Everfi Online Support Center

System configurations for best experience with the course:

Mac OS X Yosemite or El Capitan: Safari 9+; latest versions of Chrome, Firefox

Windows 7, 8.x, 10: Latest versions of Chrome, Firefox; do not use Microsoft Edge

Tablet/iPad: iOS version 9.0+ on iPad 2 or later

Recommended Assistive Technologies: VDA; VoiceOver (OS X Yosemite)

Troubleshooting advice: We recommend clearing your cache and cookies, closing the browser, logging back in, and relaunching the course. If you see a blank page, disable popup blockers and enable Flash.

Toolkits

Download our flyer

You can print and distribute our two-page flyer. It contains useful information and resources for dealing with sexual harassment.

Contact Us

Concerns about Sexual Harassment:
650.724.2120 or 650.723.1583
Email harass@stanford.edu

Questions about Training:
650.725.0646
Email shpo-training@stanford.edu

Sexual Harassment Policy Office
Kingscote Gardens
419 Lagunita Drive, Suite 230
Stanford, CA 94305-8210

Office Hours
Monday through Friday
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM