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Title IX FAQ's

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Find answers to your pressing Title IX questions. If your question is not listed below, please email the Lead Title IX Coordinator at [email protected].

What is Title IX? Are only women in athletics protected?

What are considered Title IX concerns and how do I know when I should report them?

Who is the Lead Title IX Coordinator and what do they do?

When Should I Contact the Lead Title IX Coordinator?

What do the words like Complainant and Respondent mean in RCC’s Board Policies and Administrative Procedures?

What should I do if I believe I have been sexually assaulted?

What is consent?

What are steps I should take to preserve any evidence?

What are my rights if I am a Complainant or Respondent involved in a reported incident that falls under Title IX?

Can the College help even if I don’t report or the Respondent is not affiliated with RCC?

Where can I get a Protective Order or “Restraining Order”?

What is the difference between confidential and private information?

What is a Title IX Investigator?

Can I have someone with me when I meet with the Title IX Investigator?

What if alcohol was involved and I am under 21?

Where can I find the RCC Annual Campus Safety Report?

How can I help stop gender violence from occurring?

What are possible disciplinary sanctions (outcomes) achievable through RCC’s administrative processes?