Committed to Community
San José State is dedicated to fostering a safe campus environment through education, collaboration and community empowerment.
SJSU’s police department works 24-7 to provide a safe and secure learning environment through professional, progressive police, emergency, transportation and educational services.
Alert SJSU will send campus emergency information via text, audio and email messages. Make sure your personal information is up to date and sign up your family and friends to receive alerts as well.
How can we help?
If you or someone you know has experienced sex discrimination or sexual misconduct, we encourage you to file a report or contact the Title IX and Gender Equity Office for resources and assistance.
SJSU Cares assists students who are facing an unforeseen economic crisis by providing direct support and referrals around basic needs including food, housing, emergency assistance and more.
Safety Escort Program
In the event that you feel unsafe navigating campus, UPD will provide a safety escort. The service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
As a student, if you are struggling with stress, depression, anxiety or relationship problems, Counseling and Psychological Services is here to provide the support you need to succeed at SJSU.
Anyone who believes they have been discriminated against due to a protected status, such as age, disability, race or ethnicity, nationality, religion, genetic information, veteran or military status, by a California State University student or employee should report here.
SJSU is committed to accessibility and inclusion for all students, faculty, staff, and community members. Please use this form to report any accessibility barriers related to campus facilities, buildings, and grounds.
Use the online incident reporting form to report all potential violations of the Student Conduct Code at SJSU.
The Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) provides guidance, care and assistance to students and employees who are: experiencing crisis, displaying odd or unusual behavior and/or engaging in other behaviors that may be perceived as being harmful (either to the student or employee individually, or to others).