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Reporting Title IX Incidents

Rose State College encourages any person who believes that they have experienced discrimination, harassment, retaliation, or violence based on a protected status in conjunction with a College activity, athletic program, educational program, employment, or in conjunction with an application for enrollment or employment, to report that complaint to the Associate Vice President, Human Resources/AAO, 6420 SE 15th Street, ADM Room 104,

Midwest City, OK 73110, (405) 733-7979.

Where violations of sexual misconduct, harassment, and/or discrimination may have occurred, College employees who have witnessed or who have been advised of the alleged violations should report that information to the Title IX Coordinator or a Deputy Title IX Coordinator. The campus Title IX Coordinator is the Associate Vice President, Human Resources/Affirmative Action Officer, 6420 SE 15th Street, ADM Room 104, Midwest City, OK 73110, (405) 733-7979.  The Deputy Title IX Coordinators is the Director, Service Learning and Student Conduct, 6420 SE 15th Street, Midwest City, OK 73110, Student Services Building (SSB) Room 208, (405) 736-0355.

Certain employees, who are prohibited from reporting due to a privilege recognized under Oklahoma law – e.g., attorney-client privilege, physician- and psychotherapist-patient privilege, religious privilege, etc., need not report such information when the employee receiving the complaint is acting in the privileged capacity.  Employees may also, or instead, refer the victim to the College’s advocacy team.  Members of the advocacy team are trained in handling initial reports of sexual misconduct and discrimination; including addressing immediate medical and personal needs such as exams, collecting evidence, sleeping and eating, and how to file a formal complaint.  The only “by-law” exempt employee at Rose State College is the certified Licensed Professional Counselor in Student Services.

Complaint Form (PDF)