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Faculty Support and Safety Guidance

The following is a list of resources for faculty and others in the campus community.

If you are experiencing an emergency, call 9-1-1

University Police Department

SBS Building, 1st Floor, 1 Harpst St
Arcata, CA 95521

Phone - 707-826-5555

Online Reporting:

Academic Personnel Services

Siemens Hall 208, 1 Harpst St,
Arcata, CA 95521

Phone - 707-826-5086 

Student Conduct

Office of Student Rights & Responsibilities
Siemens Hall 211, 1 Harpst St
Arcata, CA 95521

Phone - 707-826-3504

Online Reporting: 

Behavioral Misconduct:

Alleged behavioral violations by an individual of the Student Code of Conduct (e.g., alcohol, disorderly conduct, drugs, failure to comply, theft, vandalism, weapons, violent acts or threats of violence, etc.)

Can be reported online here:


The Humboldt Ombuds service provides informal problem-solving for the entire campus community.  Ombudspersons offer a safe place to discuss problems or issues within the University, and can help you identify options for addressing specific concerns and resolving conflicts. Ombudspersons treat all inquiries as confidential (except as required by law or where there appears to be imminent risk of serious harm). Ombudspersons do not take a side in disputes. Overall, Ombudspersons are advocates for fairness and equity. You are encouraged to visit with one of the University ombudspersons:

  • When you feel you have been treated unfairly
  • When you want to discuss a sensitive question or issue
  • When you think there has been miscommunication
  • When you are unsure what policies or procedures apply
  • When you want to discuss a campus-related issue
  • When you have a concern about campus climate
  • When you have a conflict or dispute
  • When you are unsure of where to go or what options exist to solve a problem

Current Ombuds
John M. Meyer
Phone - 707-826-4497

Suzanne Pasztor
Phone - 707-826-3643

** Please note that email is not appropriate for confidential communications**

Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Siemens Hall 215, 1 Harpst St,
Arcata, CA 95521

Phone - 707-826-4503

North Coast Rape Crisis Team, Campus Advocate Team.

 The Campus Advocate Team, or CAT is made up of advocates from the North Coast Rape Crisis Team and provides FREE & CONFIDENTIAL tailored support and services to Humboldt students, staff and faculty of all gender identities who have been affected by sexual assault, dating/ domestic violence, stalking, and/or sexual harassment.

Services through our on and off-campus offices include:

  • 24/7 Support Hotline: 707-445-2881
  • Individual counseling
  • Assistance in securing on-campus interim measures such as changing dorms and/or classes, making up exams, priority access to counseling and/or health services etc.
  • Advocacy and accompaniment during the university reporting or investigative process
  • Advocacy and accompaniment to law enforcement, court, medical, ect. appointments
  • Information and resources (both on or off campus)
  • Title IX educational workshops

The Humboldt Campus Advocate Team has NO reporting obligations to Law enforcement and/or admin.

Our services are for anyone who has experienced violence at ANY time in their lives regardless of how long ago it occurred.

We hold no stance on reporting. We are pro survivor and pro healing. We support your decision to report or not to report 100%.

24/7 Support Hotline: 707-445-2881
TTY line available M-F 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, 707-443-2738 

Title IX

During the campus closure due to COVID-19, Title IX personnel are available by email or phone to answer questions, offer supportive measures and other services, or to receive reports. 

Siemens Hall 213, 1 Harpst Street
Arcata, CA 95521

General (monitored M-F, 8am-5:30pm)
Office: 707-826-5177

David Hickcox
Title IX Coordinator and DHR Prevention Administrator
Office: 707-826-5177 (M-F, 8am-5pm)

Nicki Viso
Program Analyst
Office: 707-826-5175 (M-F, 8:30am-5:30pm)

Employee Assistance Program, LifeMatters

LifeMatters, the employee assistance program (EAP) through Empathia, is available to Cal Poly Humboldt employees and their dependents/permanent household members. Employees can call LifeMatters 24/7/365 to speak with a licensed counselor about issues related to mental well-being, including job stress, financial issues, person relationship issues, substance abuse concerns, or anything else that you may need to talk through. 

speak with a licensed counselor 24/7/365
To access the Empathia password, please login to your MyHumboldt portal. The password is located in the View Paycheck and Benefits section.

To learn more about the services offered through LifeMatters by Empathia, click here