(Consumer Information Disclosure)
In compliance and support of the Title IX federal law, the Board of Trustees of Illinois Eastern Community Colleges District #529 is committed to preventing and responding to incidents of sex‐based harassment, including sexual harassment, sexual assault, sexual exploitation, domestic violence, dating violence, sexual violence, or stalking.
Title IX additionally requires that schools not discriminate on the basis of sex. IECC's policy on nondiscrimination is available here.
Refer to the menus below to explore the various resources available, view the complete Preventing Sexual Misconduct Policy (100.31), obtain contact information for filing a report or receiving assistance in securing resources, and review information related to the prevention and awareness of Sexual Misconduct.
The Board of Trustees of Illinois Eastern Community Colleges District #529 is committed to preventing and responding to incidents of sex‐based harassment, including sexual harassment, sexual assault, sexual exploitation, domestic violence, dating violence, sexual violence, or stalking. The Board has adopted the Preventing Sexual Misconduct Policy and Procedure (100.31) which outline the standards of conduct for all members of the IECC community, including employees, students, contractors, and visitors. Click here to view the complete policy and procedure.
A victim of Sexual Misconduct has a right to report (or not report) the incident to Illinois Eastern Community Colleges. Click here to view the Notification of Rights and Options, including resources to assist a victim of sexual misconduct.
The Mental Health Toolkit includes resource information on sexual assault counseling, advocacy, and support available from local service providers, CAISA and Safe.
Reporting Relationship/Sexual Violence (CAISA flyer - Contact info is applicable to LTC, OCC, and WVC)
Preventing Sexual Misconduct (Safe flier - Contact info is applicable to FCC.)
Per the final Title IX ruling, all Title IX training materials must be posted on our website. Click on the links below to view the materials.
HMBR 2021 Annual Training
Additional materials distributed: U.S. Dept. of Education: Questions and Answers on the Title IX Regulations on Sexual Harassment (July 2021)