Campus Resources



    Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S) provides health, safety and environmental protection programs in an effort to reduce or eliminate injuries, work-related illnesses, property loss, and environmental damage and degradation. Call EH&S to report serious injuries.

    The University Police Department utilizes community oriented policing practices and provides traditional law enforcement services to provide for the peace, safety, and security of students, staff and faculty as well as the facilities on the university campus, and its properties.

    The Office of Emergency Services is responsible for preventing major emergencies and effectively managing them when they occur. 

    The Community Safety Program works in conjunction with UC Police, UC Fire and the administration of university residential communities (both on and off-campus) to ensure a safe and secure living environment for all residents.


  • Academic Personnel for faculty and other academic employees.

    Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Compliance office is committed to making its programs accessible, usable, and user-friendly to people with disabilities. 

    Campus Conflict Resolution Services (CCRS) provides professional consultation, mediation and training to members of the UCSC community.

    Disability Management Services provides disability management services to staff and academic appointees, including identifying opportunities for reasonable accommodation for employees with disabilities.

    The Office for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion advances the University’s teaching, research and service mission and commitment to excellence by working collaboratively with others throughout the institution to promote a campus climate that values diversity, equity and inclusion, and is free of bias and harassment.

    Employee and Labor Relations represents staff and management in matters regarding employee and labor relations. The office represents the campus in system wide and local bargaining, and serves as a liaison between the campus and the unions.

    The Title IX/Sexual Harassment Office provides assistance in investigating and resolving complaints of sexual assault and harassment. Emphasis is on prevention and early resolution.

    The Whistleblower Policy provides a procedure for filing and addressing whistleblower complaints; if you suspect that a UCSC employee is engaged in improper governmental activities, you should know that UCSC has policies that can show you how to "blow the whistle" and can protect you from retaliation if the need arises.


  • The Employee Assistance Program is established to help employees deal with problems of a personal nature. Services are available to help identify, counsel and refer employees to professional resources. The program is designed to deal with the broad range of human relations problems, such as alcohol or drug abuse, financial problems, emotional or behavioral disorders, family and marital discord, legal and other personal problems.  

    The Ergonomics program provides support for evaluating and altering the work environment to prevent injury. Ergocruz provides many benefits including the matching funds program, ergonomic showroom, equipment loan program, online training and self-assessment, and free rest break software. 

    The Faculty and Staff Wellness program provides wellness opportunities for employees to improve their personal health and wellness including fitness classes, workshops, fit parks and other special programs.


  • Physical Plant maintains the CruzFix system, including phone service at 9-4444, for help with plumbing, heating and ventilation, electrical, lighting, irrigation, pest control, refuse and recycling, fire and security alarms, locks, signs, grounds and custodial concerns. 

    College, Housing and Educational Services (CHES) Facilities provides facilities support for the residential areas, dining facilities and CHES specific office space. Submit a CruzFix for maintenance requests for CHES facilities.

    The Hazard Alert Report form is a mechanism for reporting hazards to Environmental Health & Safety.

    The Storm Water Management Program promotes clean water by protecting and improving storm water quality. Report A Concern about storm water quality.

    Physical and Biological Sciences (PBSCI) Facilities provides administrative facility support to the Division of Physical and Biological Sciences.

    Baskin School of Engineering (BSOE) Facilities coordinates the care, maintenance and supply for the school of engineering community.


  • See Something, Say Something, Do Something is a multi-pronged awareness campaign to promote campus safety, including information about assisting students in distress and other resources for students.