Your Role in Preventing Sexual Harassment and Discrimination

Campus UpdateFaculty and Staff

Chancellor Block shared the following message with the UCLA campus community.

Dear Colleagues:

UCLA is committed to maintaining a community in which all individuals who participate in university programs and activities can work together in an atmosphere free from discrimination and harassment. The UC Policy on Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment (PDF) sets the expectations and responsibilities in this area.

I write today to remind you of the policy’s requirement that all employees must routinely participate in mandatory sexual violence and sexual harassment prevention training. UCLA’s training courses, which must be taken every two years, provide an overview of our roles and responsibilities as community members. Faculty and supervisors must participate in a two-hour course, while other members of the community must take a one-hour course.

I recently met with the vice chancellors and deans to convey the importance of ensuring that every employee of every campus organization complete their mandatory training. If you are not up to date with your anti-discrimination training, I urge you to complete the training by September 1, 2023. Maintaining a healthy and safe campus climate is the responsibility of each one of us, and the sexual violence and sexual harassment prevention courses provide important information to support this goal.


  • Log in to the Learning Management System website with your UCLA Single Sign-On credentials
  • Select UC PREVENTING HARASSMENT & DISCRIMINATION and click the START button to launch the required course

If you have trouble accessing the course, information on how to obtain help can be found on the UC Learning Center LMS FAQs (PDF).

Thank you for supporting the health of our community and helping us maintain an environment that is free from sexual harassment, discrimination and violence.


  • Gene D. BlockChancellor