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In addition to Title IX, State Center Community College District’s Student Code of Conduct along with its Nondiscrimination and Anti-Harassment Policy prohibit sex discrimination, sexual harassment, and sexual violence of any kind. Retaliation against anyone who makes a complaint, who participates in any complaint-related process, or is perceived to have participated in any complaint related process, is not tolerated.
State Center Community College District has equitable procedures in place to promptly, thoroughly and fairly address concerns and complaints of harassment or discrimination, while being mindful of the rights of all parties. Both parties have an opportunity to meet (separately) with the Title IX Investigator to present their perspectives, provide witnesses or other information, to bring a representative to their meetings, to ask questions, and to seek clarification.
After a review of the information and facts of the complaint, the Title IX investigator will submit an investigation report with findings to college administration who will decide whether it is more likely than not that a violation of code or policy took place, and if appropriate, will issue sanctions. All parties will receive options for appeal.
Interim actions may be taken before any decisions on the alleged conduct are made. These are short-term, remedial measures to ensure the safety of all individuals involved and the fairness of the complaint process. These can include, but are not limited to no-contact orders, changes to on-campus housing, changes to class schedules or class activity, and suspension.