If you believe that you or anyone else is in immediate danger, call 911 or RACC Security (SGI) at extension 6291 immediately.
If you are a student who believes you have been subjected to sex discrimination, including sexual harassment or any other form of gender discrimination under Title IX, you may report such conduct or file a formal complaint with the Title IX Coordinator in the President's Office Area.
If you are an employee who believes you have been subjected to sex discrimination under Title IX, including sexual harassment, or who wishes to file a complaint under Title IX, you can do so with the Title IX Coordinator in the President's Office Area.
Report to the Police
You have the right to file a report with the Police as well as RACC.
A Note About Confidentiality
You may report an incident to any College employee; however, please note that all RACC employees are responsible employees and are obligated to share any information they learn about incidents of sexual misconduct with RACC's Title IX Coordinator. Title IX Coordinators are not a confidential source of support. While they will address your complaint with sensitivity and will not share any information related to your experience except on a need-to-know basis, absolute confidentiality cannot be guaranteed.
What Happens After I file a Report?
RACC's Title IX Coordinator will respond to all reports of potential sexual or gender-based harassment or misconduct in a manner that is timely, supportive, and fair. It is important to note that these procedures provide individuals who have experienced an incident of sexual or gender-based harassment or misconduct with the ability to provide input and maintain a large degree of control over how their issue is handled at every point in the process.