Shoreline Community College complies with Title IX, a federal law that requires sex equity and nondiscrimination in all College programs, services, and activities. Some of the key requirements of this law are that the College will:
- Provide equal educational opportunity for all persons and is inclusive of students and community members regardless of their gender, gender identity or sexual orientation.
- Stop and prevent hostile and offensive behavior, including but not limited to harassment or other forms of discrimination, involving sex, gender, gender identity or sexual orientation of any person.
- Provide ongoing information to increase awareness and prevention of sexual assaults and sexual misconduct.
- Promptly investigate and respond to concerns or complaints involving students’ rights
and responsibilities, including harassment and discrimination, sexual assault, sexual
misconduct, to maintain a safe, inclusive and equitable educational environment.
Please contact any of the individuals listed on this page regarding questions, concerns, filing a complaint or an appeal involving Title IX rights and responsibilities.