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Through regular college-wide training and proactive measures, HCCC is committed to promoting and building a welcoming and inclusive working and learning environment. The College encourages students, faculty, and staff to learn about sexual harassment, a hostile working and learning environment, and its various forms and how sexual harassment affects their campus and the society in which they live.
All incidents or perceived incidents of sexual misconduct/harassment can be reported by completing an online Care and Concern Form, or can be reported to either of the College’s Title IX Coordinators by email, mail, phone call, or in-person. A report may be considered a formal complaint when it is a document or an electronic submission that contains the Complainant’s physical or digital signature, or otherwise indicates that the Complainant is the person filing the formal complaint. The formal complaint instead may be signed by the College Title IX Coordinator, but in that case, the College Title IX Coordinator is not a complainant or otherwise a party to the complaint.