What does Title IX mean for you?
It means that you are protected against sex discrimination in your education, programs and activities here at Salt Lake Community College. The college is committed to maintaining a campus community where every individual may work and study free from abuse, intimidation and harassment. Creating an environment free from discrimination and sexual misconduct is the responsibility of all members of the college community.
Title IX violations include (but are not limited to):
- Sexual Advances, requests for sexual favors and sexually motivated physical conduct
- Overt or subtle pressure for sexual activity
- Sexually offensive verbalization including remarks, “teasing,” slurs, and innuendo
- Repeated inappropriate jokes or comments about sex or gender specific traits
- Conduct that is demeaning or derisive and occurs substantially because of one’s gender
- Sexual assault/sexual violence/rape
- Dating assault/dating violence/domestic violence
- Gender based disparate treatment
Violations can occur in any college environment, such as (but not limited to):
- Field Trips
- Student Clubs
- Athletics Transportation
Prohibition against retaliation
Salt Lake Community College has a strong prohibition against retaliation. The College does not tolerate acts of retaliation against anyone for engaging in filing a complaint or participating in an investigation.
Kenneth Stonebrook, J.D.
Interim Dean of Students, Title IX Coordinator
Taylorsville Redwood Campus
Student Center, Room 276A
4600 So. Redwood Road, SLC UT 84123
801-957-4004 or 801-957-5027