Sexual Misconduct, Title IX, and Discrimination

鶹ý University of California strives to create a community in which all of its members are protected from discrimination, harassment, sexual misconduct, and retaliation. 鶹ý prohibits such behavior in all University operations.

What can be reported under this policy?

The policy includes any incidents and/or concerns about discrimination, harassment, sexual misconduct, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking, and/or retaliation.

Access the full policy below:

For incidents before August 14th, please refer to this version: DHSMR – Prior to Aug. 14, 2020.

For information to aid survivors, please read

How to file a report:

Reports may be filed in the following ways:

University Counseling Services
Bertrand Hall, Room 100
(415) 485-3258

734 A St.
San Rafael, CA 
English (415) 924-6616
Spanish (415) 924-3456
Text (415) 526-2557

4340 Redwood Highway, Suite F-109
San Rafael, CA 
(800) 670-7273

Title IX Coordinator

Casey Halcro (Coordinator) or
(415) 482-1847
Magnolia Carriage House

Paul Raccanello (Deputy Coordinator) or
(415) 485-3223 
Edgehill Mansion – 2nd Floor

Lorisa Lorenzo – Student Conduct and Support
(415) 482-1989 
Edgehill Mansion – 2nd Floor

1400 Fifth Ave.
San Rafael, CA
Emergency: 911
Non Emergency: (415) 485-3000

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Individuals involved in the Title IX resolution process, including the Title IX Coordinators, investigators, decision makers, and appeal delegates complete training through the SUNY Student Conduct Institute. Training materials may be accessed by viewing on the on the SUNY website.

External associates involved in the Title IX resolution process, including investigators, decision makers, and appeal delegates complete have completed various trainings and workshops. Those training materials can be accessed

Although pregnancy is not considered a disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), federal Title IX guidance requires that universities provide pregnant and parenting students with the same accommodations as similarly situated individuals with non-pregnancy related temporary disabilities. Title IX prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex – including pregnancy, parenting, and pregnancy-related conditions. Protections also apply to pregnancy loss and termination.

Under Title IX, pregnant and parenting students have the right to continue their education, and 鶹ý is committed to the success of our pregnant and parenting students. Furthermore, we respect the privacy and confidentiality of pregnant and parenting students. Information regarding a student's pregnancy or related accommodations will be treated confidentially and disclosed only on a need-to-know basis.

For additional information, please review the . 

For more information, please contact us.

Paul Raccanello

Paul Raccanello, EdD

Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management
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Lorisa Lorenzo, PhD

Student Affairs Specialist