Title IX at Collin College



This website is the main portal at Collin College for resources and information

about dating violence, domestic violence, gender-based harassment,
sexual assault, sexual harassment, and stalking.

No person shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any academic, extracurricular, research, occupational training, or other education program or activity operated by a recipient which receives Federal financial assistance.

-Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (Title IX)

Collin College strives to maintain a healthy and safe environment where all members of its campus community are treated with dignity and respect.
Collin College is committed to compliance with Title IX, which prohibits dating violence, domestic violence, retaliation, sex discrimination, sexual assault, sexual harassment, and stalking in federally funded education programs and activities.
Statement of Non-Discrimination
Collin College is an equal opportunity institution that provides educational and employment opportunities without discrimination, including harassment, on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, or other legally protected class.
Collin College prohibits discrimination, including harassment, against any student on the basis of sex or gender. Retaliation against anyone involved in the complaint process is a violation of Collin College policy and is prohibited.

Title IX at Collin College

Collin College's Title IX Coordinators and Deputy Title IX Coordinators

In accordance with federal Title IX regulations, Collin College has designated employees to serve as Title IX coordinators and deputy Title IX coordinators.

To view contact information for these employees, click here.

Collin College's Title IX Complaint Resolution Process

To learn about Collin College's Title IX Complaint Resolution Process, click here.

To view Collin College's Title IX Complaint Resolution Process Handbook for Collin College Students and Employees, click here.

Bystander Intervention

Bystander intervention occurs when a witness speaks up and/or steps in to stop a potentially dangerous situation. Bystanders often do not become involved in a situation because they do not know what to do, are worried about their own safety, or think other witnesses will intervene.

To learn more about bystander intervention and how to become an active bystander, click here.

Definitions of Prohibited Conduct

Collin College's definitions of prohibited conduct can be found here.

Definitions of Consent to Sexual Activity

In some instances prohibited conduct occurs because people do not have a good understanding of what constitutes consent to sexual activity. Therefore, it is important to have a good understanding of this concept.

Collin College's and the State of Texas's definitions of consent to sexual activity can be found here.

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Employees' Duty to Report

To learn about Collin College employees' duty to report prohibited conduct under Texas state law, click here.

Pregnant and Parenting Students

To learn about pregnant and parenting students' rights under Title IX and Texas state law, click here.

To view the Pregnant and Parenting Students' Rights and Supportive Measures packet, click here.

Prevention and Awareness Programs

To learn about Collin College's primary and ongoing prevention and awareness programs, click here.

Procedures Survivors Should Follow

To learn about the recommended procedures survivors should follow, click here.

Reporting Prohibited Conduct

If you need to report an incident of prohibited conduct or would like to learn about Collin College's reporting procedures, click here.

Rights, Options, and Supportive Measures

In accordance with requirements under federal law, when a student or employee reports to Collin College they have been a victim of prohibited conduct, whether the offense occurred on or off campus, Collin College will provide the student or employee with a written notification of their rights, options, and supportive measures, which will outline appropriate on- and off-campus resources as well as steps the student or employee may want to take depending on the services they need. This written notification will be provided to the student or employee whether or not they choose to submit a formal complaint of prohibited conduct.

In the event a complaint is filed and the appropriate Title IX coordinator, deputy Title IX coordinator, or designee determines an investigation should be initiated, supportive measures will also be offered to the respondent.

To view the Complainant's Rights, Options, and Supportive Measures packet, click here.

To view the Respondent's Rights and Supportive Measures packet, click here.

Risk Reduction Strategies

Risk reduction consists of options designed to decrease perpetration and bystander inaction, increase empowerment in an effort to promote safety, and help individuals and communities address conditions that facilitate violence. Collin College’s primary and ongoing prevention and awareness programs include information on risk reduction strategies that is appropriate for the needs of the Collin College community and does not encourage victim blaming.

Learn more about risk reduction strategies here.

TEC CEO Summary Data Reports

To view Collin College's annual Chief Executive Officer (CEO) reports that are required under Texas state law, click here.

Title IX Resources

To view Title IX resources provided by Collin College, the State of Texas, and the federal government, click here.

Title IX Training Materials

In accordance with federal Title IX regulations, Collin College maintains and publishes on its website the material used to train all employees who participate in the college's Title IX Complaint Resolution Process.

To view these training materials, click here.


If you have questions related to Title IX, please contact any of the Title IX coordinators or deputy Title IX coordinators listed here or send an email to titleix@collin.edu.