College Places for Help or Information
Many offices and personnel are available to provide information to students, faculty, staff and visitors, to receive reports or complaints, and offer support to persons affected by sexual harassment, sexual assault, or other sexual misconduct.
Title IX Coordinator
Paul D. Gallegos
Special Assistant to the President for Diversity Affairs and Title IX Coordinator
Provides information and assistance to those who wish to raise a complaint or report a concern relating to the Sexual Harassment and Sexual Misconduct policy or the College’s compliance with Title IX. Ensures that the College is in compliance with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, which includes College responses to complaints.
Kelly Schrader, Coordinator
Seminar 1, Room 4121
The Office of Sexual Violence Prevention (OSVP) provides a confidential starting point for students affected by sexual misconduct, relationship violence, stalking, and related concerns. OSVP also provides training, workshops, and facilitated discussions on topics related to reducing the rates of violence affecting college students.
Seminar 1, Room 2150 (360) 867-6832
Student Conduct Administrator
This office provides objective investigation and adjudication of any alleged violation of the Student Conduct Code including, but not limited to, sexual misconduct including sexual assault, stalking, and harassment. When appropriate, conflict resolution services can also be provided through this office and the Conflict Assistance, Resources & Empowerment (CARE) Network.
Civil Rights Officer
The Civil Rights Officer responds to reports and complaints alleging violations of the College's Non-Discrimination and Sexual Harrassment and Sexual Misconduct policies, including retaliation for participating in the complaint process. The Civil Rights Officer provides advice, assistance, information about the policies or related procedures, and investigates allegations as appropriate.
Seminar 1, Room 2110
Seminar 1, Room 4130