What to Report

  • Title IX is a federal and state law, intended to end sex discrimination in all areas of education, with mandated compliance.  This includes gender discrimination in program equity, sexual misconduct, and gender bias. The Title IX Compliance elements are to: Stop the behavior, Remedy the effects, and Prevent the recurrence.  This is regardless of whether or not the recipient makes a complaint or asks the school to take action.  All faculty and staff are required to complete Title IX Training and report incidences of sexual misconduct and discrimination.

    • Policies are published in the Gender-Based and Sexual Misconduct Policy
    • Reporting, Investigation, Decision, Sanctions, and Appeal Policy Procedures  

    Who is A Responsible Reporter?

    • Faculty- All Levels (Credit and Non-Credit)
    • Advisors
    • Club Advisors
    • Student Affairs/Academic Affairs Staff
    • Administration Staff
    • Campus Security

    What needs to be reported?

    • Anything that may be gender based discrimination or violence including:
    • Harassment (Verbal, Physical and Online)
    • Bullying
    • Non-Consent Touching
    • Stalking
    • Hostile Environment
    • Assault

    If you are uncertain if an incident falls under Title IX, contact the Title IX Coordinator. 


    • The individual needs to let student/staff know prior to disclosure that information needs to be reported.
    • If student or staff member discloses-must report even if the student asks you not to.
    • The College is obligated to follow all federal and state compliance regulations. Failure on the part of any employee to comply with associated laws and regulations may be a violation of terms of a contract and may be subject to disciplinary action up to and including dismissal for cause.  

    Report to the Title IX Coordinator: 

    Kiersten Meyers and 410-386-8329; titleix@carrollcc.edu; office A101

    What Happens?

    An inquiry takes place to determine a resolution or to begin an investigation.