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Sexual Misconduct - Title IX Resources

Prohibited Sex or Gender Based Discrimination, Harassment, and Sexual Misconduct Policy

LCC's policy against sexual misconduct

Student Title IX Discrimination Complaint Form

You can submit a complaint regarding a student by clicking here: Student Title IX/Sexual Misconduct Complaint Form

Procedure for Student Sexual Misconduct Complaints

Click the link below to download the Procedures for Student Sexual Misconduct Complaints
Title IX complaint process (PDF)

Employee Title IX Discrimination Complaint Form

Download the Employee Discrimination Complaint Form

Investigating Title IX Complaints for Employees/Visitors

Download the Employee/Visitor Procedure


Did you know that certain types of harassment are against federal law?

Did you know that harassment violates the Student Code of Conduct?

Do you know where you can go to report harassment or discrimination on campus?

Harassment of any kind is never permitted at LCC. Whether it is sexual harassment, discrimination, harassment because of a disability or just general harassment, it will not be tolerated. General discriminatory harassment is any conduct which has the purpose or effect of unreasonably interfering with an individual's work or education performance, or of creating an intimidating, hostile, or offensive environment for work or learning.

Sexual misconduct has been more specifically defined by state and federal law, and regulations to generally mean unwelcome conduct, based on sex or on gender stereotypes, which is so severe or pervasive that it unreasonably interferes with a person's College employment, academic performance or participation in College programs or activities and creates a working, learning, program or activity environment that a reasonable person would find intimidating, hostile or offensive. Examples include:

  • Physical sexual violence;
  • Direct or implied threats that submission to sexual advances will be a condition of employment, work status, promotion, graduation, or letters of recommendation;
  • Direct unwelcome propositions or advances of a sexual nature
  • Requests for sexual favors

If you believe you have been sexually harassed or discriminated against, you should report that behavior as soon as possible, so that the college can conduct a thorough investigation.

To report a student, please contact:
Christine Thompson, Director of Student Compliance
Student Title IX Coordinator
Location: GB 133
Tel.: (517) 483-9632

To report an employee, guest, or vendor:
Lori Willett, Title IX Coordinator
Location: Administration Building, Suite 106
Tel: (517) 483-1979

To file an EEO complaint (harassment based on race, religion, disability, or other non-gender based issues), please contact:
JR Beauboeuf, Director of Risk Management
EEO Officer
Location: WCP 150
Tel.: (517) 483-1730

Equal Opportunity and Diversity Programs at Lansing Community College

Office of Risk Management and Legal Services
WCP 150
Phone: (517) 483-1730