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Students who have experienced sexual assault, sexual violence, stalking, domestic violence, or other crimes may seek advice, assistance, and resources from the Vice President for Student Services, or the College’s Title IX Coordinator.The Title IX Coordinator’s duties include facilitating the complaint and investigation process.It is the policy of College of the Mainland to provide an educational, employment, and business environment free of discrimination based on age, race, color, religion, national origin, gender, disability, genetic information or veteran status.Board of Trustees, administrators, faculty, staff, and other agents of the College will not engage in conduct constituting unlawful harassment, discrimination, sexual violence, dating violence, domestic violence, or stalking.These individuals are not required to make a report to the College’s Title IX Coordinator.
Individuals within these offices can assist the complainant with accessing medical or counseling services, advocacy services, social support services, legal services, and police services.
Even in the absence of a formal complaint, the College may be able to provide assistance to the complainant with respect to his or her academic, living, transportation, or working situations.
Confidential communications are those communications that cannot be disclosed to another person without the victim’s consent.
Victims may speak confidentially with Holly Bankston, LPC in the Student Success Center Center - 409-933-8520, or off-campus resources including medical professionals, licensed professional counselors, pastoral (religious) counselors, and certain counselors at a victim’s crisis centers which are listed below.
For example, a student might wish to explore changing a class or class time.
The College is required by law to investigate and respond to reports of sexual harassment, sexual violence, and other acts of sexual misconduct.