Title IX – Discrimination/Harassment Incident Reporting Form
Alamance Community College is committed to providing an educational environment in which all employees and students, without regard to sex, sexual orientation or gender identity, have a right to work and learn free from sexual harassment and sexual violence. Sexual misconduct is prohibited, and the College will promptly, fairly, and impartially address complaints through its Title IX procedures. When a sexual misconduct complaint falls outside the jurisdiction of Title IX, the College will apply its student conduct procedures or grievance procedures as appropriate to the particular complaint. This policy applies to sexual misconduct that occurs within the scope of the College’s educational programs and activities (both on-campus and off-campus) against a person in the United States. The College will provide supportive measures as well as complaint resolution options to its students, applicants, and employees who are alleged victims.
Sexual harassment and sexual violence are deemed forms of sex discrimination prohibited by Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972 (and Title IX Final Rule 2020) which prohibits sex discrimination against students and employees in educational institutions which receive federal funds and by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, which prohibits sex discrimination in employment and by North Carolina General Statues 136-16.
Read ACC’s Sexual Misconduct and Title IX Policy here.
The policy explains reporting options as well as informal and formal resolution options.
This form addresses student, employee, and visitor reports of discrimination and harassment based on age, color, disability, genetic information, national origin, race, religion, sex (including gender, gender expression, or gender identity), and veteran status. This includes reports of sexual misconduct, including sexual harassment and sexual violence. This also addresses reports of relationship violence and stalking.
When you submit this form, you may be contacted if additional information is needed. Regardless of the nature of your report, Alamance Community College will ensure that your report is forwarded to the office with responsibility for investigating and addressing it, as appropriate, based on the information you have provided.
IF THERE IS AN IMMEDIATE RISK TO LIFE, SAFETY, OR PROPERTY, PLEASE CALL 911 OR CALL 336-506-4286 or 336-260-9203