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  • Guidelines for Complaints Involving Sexual Misconduct
  • Equity in Athletics Report
  • Academic Rights and Responsibilities

Title IX Online Education Program

Title IX requires that institutions of higher education provide information to faculty and staff about policies and resources related to sexual assault and other forms of sexual misconduct. STLCC is implementing an online program to deliver this important information. You can access the new program through Blackboard. Once logged in, look for "Title IX Online Program for Faculty and Staff" under "communities". Studentsw and employees are expected to complete this training each academic year they are enrolled or employed by the college.

Please note: If you are an employee registered for classes, you may also receive the email directed at students regarding this new program. Your priority should be to complete the employee version.

Available Title IX Resources

One of the most difficult situations you may face as a faculty or staff member is when a student or fellow employee comes to you to talk about a situation involving sexual misconduct. Unless you are a counselor working in one of our counseling centers, or a student assistance program specialist, you are required to make a report to a Title IX Investigator, the Title IX Coordinator or Deputy Title IX Coordinator. If you have any questions about supporting impacted students, your reporting obligations to the College or want to know more about this important topic,contact Mary Zabriskie, Title IX Coordinator.

SEXUAL MISCONDUCT RESOURCE AND REFERRAL OPTIONS "ONE SHEET"

A "One Sheet" document has been created for each STLCC location with pertinent resources and reporting agencies. Faculty and staff should print out extra copies and have them available to give to individuals who report that they have been the victims of sexual misconduct.