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G-28-0 Nondiscrimination, Sexual Misconduct/sexual Violence, Sexual Harassment, Non-retaliation And Confidentiality Policies

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Under the following College policies, discriminatory and harassing behaviors will not be tolerated. It is the responsibility of every member of the COCC community to ensure that these policies are actively supported and strictly enforced. This includes notifying all members of the campus community of their rights and responsibilities under the COCC nondiscrimination, sexual misconduct/sexual violence and sexual harassment policies. To ensure that victims receive the appropriate support and that the College responds to any violations of these policies, any college employee who is made aware of violations is required to report that information to the appropriate contact immediately.

Faculty, staff and students are protected from discrimination and harassment under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, SaVE Act, VAWA, and other state and federal laws.

Contact Information for Questions and Reporting

Persons having questions about equal opportunity and nondiscrimination or who need to report violations of these policies should contact the Equal Employment/Title IX Officer, c/o COCC's Human Resources office, (541) 383-7216.

Disability Accommodations: Students who need special accommodations associated with this process because of a physical or learning disability, should contact the 504/SSD Coordinator, (541) 383-7743, in advance of their need for accommodation. Employees or community members who need special accommodations associated with this process because of a physical or learning disability may contact the Chief Human Resources Officer (or designee), (541) 383-7216.