The Maricopa County Community College District (MCCCD) offers support to victims of sexual harassment, sexual violence, relationship violence, and stalking through administrative investigations and criminal investigations. MCCCD presumes the Respondent is not responsible for the reported misconduct unless and until the evidence supports a different determination.
MCCCD Public Safety, in collaboration with local law enforcement agencies, works to conduct criminal investigations into allegations of sexual harassment, sexual violence, relationship violence, and stalking using criminal codes as the backdrop for the investigations.
Title IX/504 Coordinators and investigators use district policy to resolve complaints regarding alleged policy violations.
The two offices work in parallel and do not combine investigations.
How to Report an Issue
Maricopa County Community College District offers an online system to report allegations of sexual misconduct, instructional and non-instructional grievances, and student code of conduct violations. This online system is also used to report needs such as food insecurity, housing, transportation, finances, academic tutoring, and counseling services. The online submissions are quickly routed to the appropriate campus and personnel while maintaining a high level of confidentiality.
This form is used to report allegations of sexual misconduct, sexual discrimination or sexual harassment. This is under the umbrella of Title IX.
This form is used to report violations of the MCCCD student code of conduct.
Use to report personal (counseling),and basic living needs (food insecurity, homelessness, etc.), or supplemental academic services (tutoring).
A link on how to report grievances related to instruction such as grades, assignments, and other course-related issues.