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UCSB Student Affairs Annual Report

UCSB Student Affairs Annual ReportAs valued community members and UCSB supporters, we invite you to take a look at our 2018-2019 Annual Report for UCSB’s Division of Student Affairs. Within our ongoing divisional assessment initiative, the report highlights this past year’s learning and operational outcomes and provides evidence of the immense impact of our widespread services across campus. As I enter my fourth year as Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, I am thrilled to be a part of the continuous growth, spirit, and strength of the UCSB community. Across Student Affairs’ departments and programs, we are proud of the work we do each day and of our influence in the lives of the students we serve.


Margaret Klawunn
Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs

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October 30, 2019


Content warning: This message addresses interpersonal violence, including sexual assault. Links to support resources for those who feel impacted by this message are also provided.

Dear Students: 
We have heard from a number of students and have been meeting with student groups concerning recent reports of sexual violence and of behaviors related to sexual assault – like allegations of drugged drinks – in our community. We share the concerns that have been voiced and we are working to address them. This message includes:
  1. A summary of the immediate steps we have taken in response to the concerns we share with you about student safety, including an invitation to a discussion with Student Affairs administration about concerns regarding student safety and sexual assault; 
  2. Clarification of the role of Timely Warnings;
  3. Invitations to attend the SASA Sexual Assault Town Hall and, separately, to participate in a leadership opportunity on the UC Title IX Student Advisory Board; and 
  4. Answers to several of the frequently asked questions we’ve been hearing, including information about how we handle the reports we receive


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