Resolve a Conflict
Reach Out for Support
Whatever you're going through, you don't have to go it alone. Our staff is here to alleviate your burden by providing support and connecting you to the right resources.
Report an Incident
If you have witnessed an incident that you believe is a violation of the UCR Housing Student Conduct Policies, you have a responsibility to report it.
IN A NON-EMERGENCY SITUATION
For situations that do not involve immediate risk or harm, contact:
- Housing Administration Office
- Your Resident Advisor (or the RA On-Duty)
- Your Resident Director/Area Coordinator
- Your Resident Services Office
- Student Affairs Case Manager
- UCR Police at (951) 827-5222
IN AN EMERGENCY SITUATION
If there is immediate danger, contact: UCR Police and Campus Safety at 911.
- Alcohol/drug abuse
- Eating disorder
- Financial hardship
- Mental/physical abuse
- Roommate conflict
- Sexual assault
- Threatening behavior
Talk to Your Roommate
Your roommate’s habits might be driving you crazy. Here's how to communicate with them.
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
When students enroll at UCR, FERPA regulates the type and amount of student information that UCR, including Housing Services, may share with others, including parents and guardians. Learn more about FERPA.