The complexity of issues arising under the ADA required developing a series of policy guidances designed to clarify and interpret the provisions of the law.
Between 19, EEOC issued eight enforcement guidances which have provided interpretations on key ADA issues, including pre-employment inquiries and medical examinations, workers' compensation benefits, psychiatric conditions, the meaning of the term "qualified," and the requirement that employers provide reasonable accommodations.
Pursuant to Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (“Title IX”), 20 U. Any person taking courses at the University, attending University programs, using University facilities, working at or for the University, or participating in University-sponsored activities may file a complaint of Sexual Harassment against a member of the University community; including, any employees (faculty and staff), students, affiliates, volunteers, vendors, contractors or guests of the University.
Title IX, Title VII and University Policy prohibit gender-based harassment, which may include acts of verbal, nonverbal, or physical aggression, intimidation, or hostility based on sex or sex- stereotyping, even if those acts do not involve conduct of a sexual nature.
Services are provided to enrolled students on an individual basis and with respect to confidentiality.
E-mail address: [email protected] GCCC students must adhere to the ï¿½Standards of Conduct for Studentsï¿½ as published in the GCCC Catalog and/or Student Handbook.
Reporting is addressed more specifically in Section VIII below.
Reports of discrimination by the Coordinator of Equity & Compliance should be reported to the College President.
Members of the University community are encouraged to submit complaints of Sexual Harassment as soon as possible, preferably within six months of the incident or event that is the subject of the complaint.
Delay in reporting an incident of Sexual Harassment may make it more difficult to secure evidence and witnesses to the incident, making it more difficult for the University to address the complaint.
Garden City Community College is committed to assisting individuals with disabilities achieve their educational goals by providing appropriate accommodations and services based on individual, documented need.