Private Reporting Options

CalArts provides a variety of accessible ways for community members to report and voice concerns about alleged discrimination, harassment, sexual misconduct and retaliation. Reporting is the best way to make sure an individual receives the resources, support and accommodations available at CalArts and in Valencia more broadly.

In addition, communication about issues of discrimination, harassment, sexual misconduct and retaliation can help prevent such behavior. Information included in reports from community members can illuminate patterns of behavior, systemic issues and immediate threats to community safety.

Any student, staff, faculty and/or third party that has experienced sex discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking, and/or retaliation at CalArts or during a CalArts program is encouraged to file a report with the Office of Community Rights and Responsibilities.  Reports can be submitted online, in person, over the phone, and by email.

Online Reporting

Clicke here if you have experienced sex or gender based discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual misconduct dating violence, domestice violence, stalking and/or retaliation. CalArts online Title IX reporting form (not anonymous)

In Person Reporting 

Reports may be made in person by scheduling a time to meet with the Title IX Coordinator or designee. Please email or call (661) 291-3019 to schedule an appointment. 

Phone Reporting

To make a report by phone, please contact the Office of Community Rights and Responsbilities Office at (661) 291- 3019.