SJSU Resources

Learn more about the Team One Love club by emailing teamonelovesjsu@gmail.com


Student Health Center
 | 408-924-6122 | In addition to treating acute conditions, injuries, and illnesses, the Health Center provides a family planning program and maintains an in-house licensed pharmacy, a physical therapy department, a federally certified high complexity laboratory, and an x-ray department.Counseling | 408-924-5910 | Counselors are here to help students identify and accomplish their academic and career goals, enhance personal development, meet life's challenges, and improve interpersonal relationships

Campus Police | 408-924-2222 (emergency number from cell phones) | We are committed to providing a safe and secure learning environment through professional, progressive and superior police, emergency, transportation and educational services in alliance with the campus community. 

Title IX Office | 408-924-1116 | SJSU is in compliance with federal and state laws, does not discriminate on the basis of sex, gender or sexual orientation in education programs, services, or activities.  SJSU is committed to maintaining a safe education and working environment free of discrimination, harassment or retaliation on the basis of a protected category.

Survivor Advocate | 408-924-7300 | The Survivor Advocate at SJSU provides support and advocacy services to campus community members who have experienced sex assault, dating/domestic violence, and/or stalking. Contact the advocate to learn about your options, your rights, and to get additional resources or referrals to other programs that can help.

 

 

1 in 3 WOMEN. 1 in 4 MEN.

Will experience realtionship violence in their lifetime

Together we can change these statistics. Learn more about why One Love believes change is possible and how you and your friends can take part.

One Love in the News

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One Love with Katie Couric

via Yahoo News with Katie Couric by Brian Prowse-Gany | May 13, 2015

On May 3, 2010, University of Virginia senior Yeardley Love was found beaten to death in her off-campus apartment, the victim of a brutal assault by her former boyfriend. The murder sent shockwaves throughout the campus, and was a wake-up call for the entire country about the horrific nature of relationship violence. Yeardley’s mother, Sharon Love, has since pledged to bring meaning to this devastating loss by starting the One Love Foundation, an organization whose mission is to raise awareness about the consequences of relationship violence. 

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