Our Partners

UCR Women's Resource Center Partners
CARE (Campus Advocacy, Resources and Education)

(951) 827-6225
CARE advocates anticipate and respond to the needs of students impacted by sexual assault, dating/domestic violence and stalking by providing confidential advocacy and support. The CARE office provides immediate, confidential and supportive crisis intervention and advocacy for ALL survivors.



Title IX

Skye Hall 349
(951) 827-6225
The Title IX/Sexual Harassment Office has the primary responsibility for educating the campus community on sexual harassment and sexual violence; providing ways to prevent sexual harassment and sexual violence; assisting individuals involved in complaints of sexual harassment; assisting victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking; and investigating and resolving complaints of sexual harassment and sexual violence.




HUB 248
(951) 827-9355
To promote a safe and supportive campus, The WELL offers a wide variety of programs and services, including peer-mentoring services, healthy screenings, fitness and nutritional advising, mental health counseling, and peer groups.



Student Affairs Ethnic and Gender Program Offices

Through student support services, community involvement, multicultural events and leadership training, the Ethnic and Gender Program Offices prepare students to invent the future of our global community.



Division of Diversity, Excellence and Equity

Hinderaker 4148
(951) 827-5672
The Division of Diversity, Excellence and Equity and the associate vice chancellor for diversity and inclusion (AVC-DI) lead initiatives that promote diversity as a means to excellence. The AVC-DI works to recruit diverse faculty, staff and students, and creates a campus culture of open inquiry, pluralism and mutual respect. The division includes the Office of Faculty and Staff Affirmative Action, and the Title IX/Sexual Harassment Office.



Department of Gender and Sexuality Studies

2033 CHASS Interdisciplinary Building
(951) 827-4843
The Department of Gender and Sexuality Studies at UCR combines theory with informed action. Its curriculum is designed to help students learn from the similarities and differences among women's experiences nationally and around the world.



Student Clubs and Organizations

HUB 229
(951) 827-7344
UCR’s student clubs and organizations provide prime opportunities to make friends, get involved, serve the community and have fun.



American Association of University Women

1310 L St. NW, No. 1000
Washington, DC 20005
(202) 785-7700
UCR is an institutional member of the American Association of University Women, an organization that promotes equity and education women and girls.