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Contact our CARE Campus Advocate
About the Advocate Support Services: The CARE campus advocate is a confidential resource that we have on campus. The advocate is able to provide a variety of support services and also refer...
Holistic Healing with Maracuya Botanicals
Participants will learn how herbal remedies and aroma therapy can be used as tools to support them through feelings of anxiety and stress while incorporating plant teachings and other mindful...
Clothesline Project Exhibit
The Clothesline Project is a visual display of stories that often go ignored. These stories are told through writing on T-shirts which are then hung on a clothesline and displayed together. Each...
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month
Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) is an annual campaign aimed to promote awareness and educate communities on how to prevent sexual violence. Each year, a theme is chosen to highlight a specific...
Take Back the Night
Take Back The Night is an event centered around solidarity and empowerment for survivors of sexual assault during Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM). Take Back The Night first began in the 1970s...

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The Campus Advocacy, Resources, and Education Office

New! Summer Office Hours for June and July are 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Location: Kolligian Library Suite 107

Phone number: (209) 228-4147

The Campus Advocacy, Resources, and Education (CARE) office collaborates with UC Merced partners to develop and support an understanding of gender-based violence through prevention education and trauma-informed CARE advocacy using an intersectional framework. CARE promotes empathy, diversity, equity, and inclusion through its programs to staff, faculty, and students.

The Campus Advocate

Phone number: (209) 386-2051

Summer Hours: 8:30 am to 5:00 pm


The Campus Advocate provides support for those affected by sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, sexual exploitation, and stalking. Survivors can access services for incidents that occurred on or off campus. Support services are available to students, staff, faculty, and UC Merced affiliates.


The Prevention team 

The purpose of programs is to prevent crimes of dating and sexual violence through outreach to students, staff, faculty, and community members. The training and programs we offer can be customized to meet the needs of an audience and are presented in various durations (i.e., from five minutes to all day). We’re excited to help in any way we can!   More Information Request Event