The college strongly supports and encourages prompt reporting of sex discrimination, including sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, and stalking. The Title IX Office is a non-confidential resource who can provide information about an individual’s rights, reporting options, on-campus and off-campus resources, and supportive measures to resolve reports or complaints involving sex discrimination.
Faculty & Staff Information
Responding to Title IX Disclosures
Duty to Report Incidents to Title IX Coordinator/Officer: In order to ensure a safe learning and working environment, all District “officials with authority” are not confidential resources and are required to report allegations of sexual harassment to the Title IX Coordinator or Title IX Officer promptly. All supervisors and managers are considered District “officials with authority” and have a mandatory duty to report incidents of sexual harassment and discrimination, or the existence of a hostile, offensive, or intimidating work environment, and acts of retaliation. Employees who have authority to institute corrective measures on behalf of the District are also required to report incidents of sexual harassment and sexual assault to the Title IX Coordinator/Officer. All other employees are encouraged to report allegations to the Title IX Coordinator/Officer but are not required to do so.
Filing with an External Agency
To file a complaint directly with the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights, contact the local office for the state of California:
Office for Civil Rights, San Francisco Office
U.S. Department of Education
50 United Nations Plaza
San Francisco, CA 94102
Information for Filing a Complaint with OCR