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UCLA Office of the Dean of Students
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It is essential that members of the University community assume responsibility for their own conduct. However, when student members infringe on the rights of others, the University may intervene through the UCLA Student Conduct Code or other University policies. If you believe a student's behavior is in violation of University policy, please contact the Office of the Dean of Students at (310) 825-3871 or via e-mail at to discuss the student discipline process at UCLA.

The Office of the Dean of Students is concerned about the health and safety of all students at UCLA. If you are worried about a student, contact the Office of the Dean of Students, or for more specific needs, you may find the following resources helpful:

Counseling and Psychological Services
UC Police Department

Federal law mandates that UCLA report statistics concerning forcible and non-forcible sexual assault. This includes offenses that occur on or adjacent to campus or occur at university-sponsored events. The University's mechanism allows for university representatives to anonymously report an incident through the Crime Statistics/Incident Report Form. Information collected is of a generic (non-specific, non-identifiable) nature only. Reports should be submitted as they occur. However, if this is not possible, reports for the current calendar year are due to the Office of the Dean of Students by March 1st of the following year. Report a sexual assault:

UCLA Crime Reporting

The Think Twice Campaign is designed to dissuade students from downloading or sharing copyrighted digital entertainment without appropriate permission from the rights holder.

Think Twice Campaign