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Taking Care of Ourselves & Each Other

Mental Health Resources at Stanford

Architectural detail of the Stanford Quadrangle. Credit: Linda A. Cicero / Stanford News Service

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Report Hazing

Stanford takes violations of the hazing policy extremely seriously, and encourages anyone who has been hazed, has witnessed hazing, or suspects someone they know has been hazed, to feel empowered to report these observations to university officials.

Hazing includes any activity done in connection with a sports team or student organization, regardless of whether the organization is officially recognized at Stanford, that causes or is reasonably likely to cause another student to suffer bodily danger, physical harm, or significant personal degradation or humiliation, even if no bodily danger, physical harm, or significant degradation or humiliation in fact results. 

Reports of hazing by varsity sports teams will be investigated by the Department of Athletics, Physical Education, and Recreation (DAPER). All other reports of hazing will be investigated by the Office of Community Standards (OCS).

SHARE Title IX Office

Students and all faculty or employees who are Responsible Employees reporting incidents of sexual violence, sexual harassment, or gender discrimination should contact Stephen Chen, Title IX Coordinator and Director of SHARE Title IX Office, at or (650) 497-4955 or Kingscote Gardens (2nd Floor), 419 Lagunita Drive, Stanford, CA 94305-8231. If you are undergraduate residental student-staff, please call the On-Call Resident Director at (650) 504-8022 and then submit via the CSA Title IX form.

Protected Identity Harm

We envision a process that will create an environment where students who report harm feel heard and supported.