Title IX (1972)
“No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, or denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any educational program or activity receiving federal financial aid.” (Section 1681.Sex)
It is the policy of Three Rivers College and its Board of Trustees that each student and employee attends and works in a hostile-free environment at the College. The College shall respond to the following types of sexual harassment allegations considered to create a hostile environment according to the Federal Title IX Legislation:
- Quid Pro Quo—School employee conditioning education benefits on participation in an educational program or work-related activity in unwelcome sexual conduct; or
- Unwelcome conduct that a reasonable person would determine is so severe, pervasive, and objectively offensive that it effectively denies a person equal access to the school’s education program or activity; or
- “Sexual assualt,” “dating voilence,” “domestic violence,” or “stalking” as defined in Federal Law under the Clery Act and Violence Against Woment Act (VAWA).
Training Materials for TRC Title IX Professionals
- Title IX Powerpoint Presentation (pdf)
- Title IX Annual Training (pdf)
- Title IX Workshop
- Three Rivers – Title IX Training for Investigators and Facilitators
- Three Rivers – Title IX Training for Decision Makers
- Three Rivers – Title IX Training for Advisors
- Three Rivers – Title IX Training for Facilitators
Who Will Help?
Any College employee is a mandatory reporter — any part-time or full-time employee of the College is considered a “mandatory reporter” and is obligated to report that a student/employee has or may have been the victim of unlawful discrimination or sexual harassment to an appropriate College official.
To report an incident of sexual harassment that you believe may be in violation of the TRC Title IX Policy, click the link below.
Why use this form?
The form is available for reporting incidents of sexual harassment that you believe may be in violation of the Three Rivers College Title IX Policy. If you have witnessed a possible violation of the policy or had such a violation reported to you, you can use this form to notify the College. View the Speak Up brochure for more information.
Who should use this form?
This form can be used by students, faculty, staff, and visitors. It can be submitted to report a personal incident or to file a report on behalf of another person. Employees should use this form or contact the Title IX Coordinators to satisfy their mandatory reporting obligation.
What happens after I fill out this form?
The information is sent to the Title IX Coordinators Kristina McDaniel and Ann Matthews, who will determine what, if any, action by the College is necessary. You will receive a follow-up message from the Title IX Coordinator within three business days.
Is the information on this form confidential?
The College will make every effort to protect the privacy of all involved, but the information you provide in completing this form is not confidential and may be shared with only the necessary parties as needed for the College to take appropriate action.
Title IX Co-Coordinators
Dean of Student Services
Westover Administration Building – First Floor, Room 112
Director, Human Resources
Westover Administration Building – First Floor, Room 108
Missouri Commission for Human Rights
3315 W. Truman Blvd
Jefferson City, MO 65109
US Department of Education, Office of Civil Rights
400 Maryland Avenue, SW
Washington, D.C. 20202
US Department of Justice
950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, D.C. 20530