Know where to turn. There are people who will listen. Who will act. Who can help. If you witness or are affected by abuse or harassment, there are dedicated resources available to you. Be the one to take a stand against violence by reporting it.
How to Report an Incident
Reporting any type of discrimination, harassment, sexual assault, interpersonal violence or stalking is necessary to ensure that an individual gets the help they need, the responding party is held accountable and the community is made safer.
Assistant Vice President, Equity & Access
Title IX Coordinator, Section 504 Coordinator
Director, Equal Opportunity
Student Dispute Resolution Form
If you witness or are affected by abuse or harassment, Valencia College has dedicated resources available to you.
Please be sure to include the following information:
- Reporting party name and contact information
- Responding party name and contact information (if available)
- Type of violation (discrimination, harassment and related misconduct)
- Description of incident
- Any initial requests from the reporting party
What happens after a report is made?
Upon receipt of a report, the Equal Opportunity and Employee Relations team will conduct an initial assessment. The goal of this assessment is to provide an integrated and coordinated response to reports of discrimination, harassment, sexual harassment, sexual assault, sexual exploitation, stalking, interpersonal violence, complicity and retaliation. The assessment will consider the following.
- Nature of the report
- Safety of the individual and of the campus community
- Reporting party’s expressed preference for resolution
- Necessity for any interim remedies or accommodations to protect the safety of the reporting party or the community.
At the conclusion of the initial assessment, the Title IX coordinator, in coordination with the Equal Opportunity Response team (as appropriate), will determine the appropriate manner of resolution, which may include remedies-based resolution, the initiation of an investigation to determine if disciplinary action is warranted, or no further action under the Discrimination, Harassment and Related Misconduct policy based on the information gathered as part of the initial assessment. The Title IX coordinator has the discretion to determine which method of resolution is appropriate.