San Diego State University, and all other CSU campuses, prohibit discrimination, harassment and retaliation against its campus community, including students, staff, faculty, and third parties. The CSU’s governed policies regarding these matters, in addition to sexual misconduct, dating and domestic violence, and stalking are outlined below.
The CSU Nondiscrimination Policy is the systemwide policy for all complaints of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, sexual misconduct, dating and domestic violence, and stalking made against the CSU, a CSU employee, CSU students, or a third party.
San Diego State University has three mechanisms for reporting discrimination, harassment, and retaliation.
Fulfilling Your Mandatory Reporting Duty
To notify CPHD of any incident involving discrimination, harassment, or retaliation, please complete and submit this form.
Upon receipt of a report, CPHD will follow up with the parties involved in the reported incident in order to assist them in understanding their rights and options, including the ability to file a complaint. CPHD may follow up with the reporting party if additional information is needed.
Experiencing Discrimination, Harassment or Retaliation
Individuals may also report experiences of discrimination, harassment, or retaliation to the CPHD office.
To request more information about your rights, options, and available supportive measures, please complete and submit this form.
Filing a Complaint
An individual who has experienced behavior they believe may violate the CSU Nondiscrimination Policy has the right to file a complaint.
In addition to the CSU procedures listed above, applicants or employees may also file complaints of discrimination based on a protected status with these external agencies: