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Equity & Diversity

COVID-19 Information

The CSULB campus has gone virtual as a preventative measure in response to the COVID-19 health concerns. At this time, the campus is still open and our office is operating virtually. For updates and information about the campus, please visit the campus COVID-19 information page

For emergencies, please contact 9-1-1 or University Police at 562.985.4101. For urgent concerns and services related to sexual assault, please contact the YWCA Sexual Assault Crisis Services 24 Hour phone line at 877.943.5778 or visit For Title IX relates resources, information, and non-urgent reports, please visit our Title IX page.

For all other non-urgent matters, please call our office at 562.985.8256 or send an email to or fill out our online reporting form.

The Office of Equity & Diversity

Equity & Diversity reviews and investigates allegations of Discrimination, Harassment, and Retaliation as it relates to protected status* as well as Sexual Misconduct, Sexual Harassment, Dating/Domestic Violence, and Stalking at CSULB. 

Equity & Diversity also handles accommodations for employees, including student workers, at the University, provides trainings to campus constituents, and manages related Federal and State legal compliance requirements for students, employees, and University third parties.

*Protected statuses include: Age, Disability, Gender, Gender Identity, Gender Expression, Genetic Information, Marital Status, Medical Condition, Nationality, Race or Ethnicity, Religion, Sexual Orientation, and Veteran or Military Status 



Student complaints are governed by California State University Executive Order 1097 (PDF).

Resources available for students include:

Employees & Third Parties

Employee & Third Party complaints are governed by California State University Executive Order 1096 (PDF).

Resources available for employees include:

Complaint Process

To file a complaint with Equity & Diversity please contact our office. During our process a Complainant must provide the details of their complaint, including a detailed summary of the incident, the name of the Respondent (accused party) or Respondents, potential witnesses, and any relevant documents or evidence.

Complainants may choose to resolve their complaint through the Early Resolution process, in which Equity & Diversity will work with the Complainant to determine appropriate remedies to their concern.

Alternately, a Complainant may choose to initiate an investigation.