Report A Concern

911 graphic: If you are in immediate danger call 911All members of the CCV community share in the responsibility to create and maintain a healthy and safe learning environment. Are you worried about a student? Did you see something questionable? Are you experiencing harassment in the classroom or workplace? Please tell someone!

It is important that you know:

  • If you see something, you should say something. We want you to report concerning behaviors.
  • The College takes these reports seriously, and we will evaluate each report we receive.
  • It is important that you report concerns in a timely manner.

We have created a CIT Challenging Situation Rubric to serve as guide when you encounter or witness concerning behaviors.


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Worried about the safety and well-being of a student?

  • Behavior changes
  • Threats of self-harm

Report well-being concerns about a student

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Witnessing actions that violate CCV policy?

  • Disruptive behavior
  • Inappropriate behavior
  • Threatening behavior

Report student misconduct

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Aware of unwanted or abusive behavior including relationship violence, sexual assault, stalking, discrimination, and harassment?

  • Domestic or dating violence
  • Stalking
  • Sexual assault
  • Sexual harassment

Different treatment based on a person’s identity?

  • Being treated unfairly
  • Campus climate issues

Report a Title IX concern

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