Goals of SafeSSU
Promote and prioritize the health, safety and personal wellness of our campus community. Educate our campus community on safety practices that will help to prevent and prepare for future emergencies. Create safe and inclusive programming through which our community can ask questions, seek guidance and access critical resources.
Sexual assault is never the survivior's fault. Learn how to report sexual misconduct and assault,\ and access other important resources and support services.
Any acts of violence witnessed at SSU should be reported to the Sonoma State Police Department. Learn how to report violence or seek support for yourself or a friend.
Foster a safe campus community by preventing and reporting misconduct. Report an incident of bias and find resources.
All current students are eligible for mental health and medical services on campus. Find support on-campus and other valuable resources.
Employees and students have access to free or low cost mental health resources. Learn about what resources are available.
Guidelines to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of sensitive information, critical systems and other important information assets.
Students who may need guidance or are struggling have resources through the Care Team. Access care now.
Stalking violates SSU policy and Student Code of Conduct. If you are being stalked, tell us.
Safety resources, crime logs, crime bulletins and other reports are readily available to the campus community. Read the safety publications here.