On campus resources for education, advocacy, and support

UC Berkeley Police Department

1 Sproul Hall

(510) 642-6760 (non-emergency)
(510) 642-3333 (emergency)

Gender Equity Resource Center

Advocates for LGBT equity and provides LGBT content expertise to other campus departments and the University. GenEq staff also provides confidential consultation to UCB students, faculty, staff, and campus administrators on UC, UCB policies, procedures, as well as state law as they relate to sexual orientation and gender identity.

202 Cesar Chavez Student Center
Billy Curtis, billyc@berkeley.edu, (510) 643-0788

ASUC Student Advocate Office (SAO)

The Student Advocate’s Office (SAO) helps students with University-related problems, including admissions, dismissals, transfers, enrollment, financial aid, establishment of California residency, harassment, discrimination, defense against allegations of misconduct, grade disputes, procedural problems, grievances, and problems with the police, and UC housing or employment.

Attorney for Students (Free Consultation)

The Attorney for Students advises currently registered Cal students regarding their legal questions, rights, and obligations. Please visit the site and review the information and materials on its home page before making an appointment- they may answer your questions.  Once you have reviewed the page, to make an appointment for a free and confidential 30-minute consultation:
102 Sproul Hall 
(510) 642-5171

For off campus reporting please contact your city’s police department:

Berkeley Police Department

2100 Martin Luther King Jr. Way
(510) 981-5900 (non-emergency)
911 or (510) 981-5911**cell phone (emergency)

Richmond Police Department

If you live in University Housing in Richmond, please contact the RPD instead of BPD.
1701 Regatta Boulevard Richmond, CA  94804
Emergency:  Dial 911