UCSC is committed to providing individuals the right to a safe and neutral process for the resolution of interpersonal conflict. That process shall be fair, efficient, and free from reprisal. Recognizing that each individual has both a personal interest in, and a share of the responsibility for resolving his/her conflict, UCSC encourages and facilitates the use of an informal conflict resolution process. Such a process encourages early resolution of problems and/or concerns. It is important for Administrative Officials to be responsive to complaints of conflict situations. For additional information related to this topic, please click here.
Administrative Officials are responsible for receiving training and keeping current with University policy and procedures concerning sex offenses. Under the campus' Sex Offense Policy, any Administrative Official receiving a report or complaint of Title IX sexual harassment and/or sexual assault or sex discrimination must advise the Title IX/Sexual Harassment Officer of the report or complaint. They are also required to complete mandatory Title IX Sexual Harassment training either in person or via the Web training program accessible through the Title IX website at:
UCSC strives to maintain worksites free from the illegal use, possession, or distribution of alcohol or controlled substances. It recognizes dependency on alcohol and other drugs as a treatable condition and offers programs and services for employees and students with substance dependency problems. Supervisors may obtain substance abuse policy information from the Personnel Analyst assigned to your unit. Faculty and staff members may obtain confidential assistance 24 hours a day, seven days a week under the UCSC Employee Assistance Program. This counseling program is provided through United Behavioral Health at (866) 808-6205 (toll free).