Title IX Office
Title IX Coordinator
Mt. San Jacinto College
Temecula Valley Campus
41888 Motor Car Parkway
Temecula, CA 92591
Mt. San Jacinto Community College District is committed to providing an academic and work environment free of unlawful sexual harassment and discrimination under federal law, state law, and District policy.
The Title IX Office provides support, information, and resources to those who experience sex or gender-based misconduct including, but not limited to:
- Sexual harassment
- Sexual assault
- Dating violence
- Domestic violence
- Sexual violence
- Sexual exploitation
Title IX requires that an educational institution receiving federal funds designate a Title IX Coordinator to oversee the institution’s compliance with federal law. The Title IX Coordinator also ensures compliance with California law in accordance with SB 493.
What the Title IX Office Can Do to Help
The Title IX Coordinator is trained to receive and respond to reports from individuals who have experienced, witnessed, or heard about an incident of sex or gender-based misconduct. The Title IX Coordinator can assist members of the MSJC community with:
- Understanding options for next steps based on what was reported
- Accessing supportive measures including, but not limited to, mental health counseling, campus escort services, and course-related adjustments
- Connecting with off-campus resources like local agencies offering specialized services for survivors and victims of a crime
- Reporting to law enforcement and seeking protective orders when desired
- Understanding the grievance process and applicable rights
The Title IX Coordinator is a nonconfidential resource. Consultation is available to those who contact the Title IX Office anonymously, however, there may be an obligation to respond if a person who experienced or engaged in sex or gender-based misconduct is identified.
In compliance with Title IX, Mt. San Jacinto Community College District is required to make publicly available all materials used for training Title IX Coordinators, investigators, decision-makers, and individuals who facilitate the informal resolution process.