Title IX

Highland Community College Title IX Resources 

At Highland Community College, our goal is to create and maintain a safe and invitational environment for all students, employees and campus visitors. This page is designed to help the campus community access policies and services that assist us in this endeavor.  If you have a concern about sexual misconduct, general misconduct, or if you simply want to express a concern about a fellow student, co-worker or campus visitor, please fill out the appropriate form below and your concern will be routed to the appropriate campus personnel.


HCC Discrimination, Harassment, or Gender-Based Misconduct Form

Use this to report discrimination based on sex (including sexual assault or harassment), gender, race, religion, etc.


HCC General Incident Report-NEW!

Use this to report students of concern (someone you are worried about), potential violations of HCC policy (e.g., cheating, alcohol, fighting, etc.), and or general concerning behavior.


HCC Policy

Highland Community College Equity Grievance Policy


Victim Assistance

If you or someone you know is the victim of a crime or if there has been a violation of the Student Code of Conduct, it is important that you contact personnel that can help you resolve the matter.


Highland Police Department



Vice President for Student Services, Title IX Coordinator for Students     

 vpstudentservices@highlandcc.edu or 785-442-6020


Personal Counseling Services

counselor@highlandcc.edu or 785-442-6016


Highland Community College Security

security@highlandcc.edu or 785-741-2206


Human Resources, Title IX Coordinator for Employees-

humanresources@highlandcc.edu or 785-442-6010


Equity Grievance Panel (EGP) Panel Members 2022-2023 School Year

  • Alice Hamilton
  • Angie Eberly
  • Michael Clark
  • Sam Perkins
  • Sharon Kibbe
  • Lexy Clark
  • Jeff Hurn
  • Stephanie Nordman
  • Zachariah Harris

Description of roles EGP members may have:

  • To provide sensitive intake and initial counseling of grievances 
  • To serve in a mediation role in conflict resolution 
  • To investigate grievances 
  • To act as advisors to those involved in grievances 
  • To serve on hearing panels for grievances 
  • To serve on appeal panels for grievances 

Title IX Training Material

In response to 34 CFR Part 106.4(b)(10) of the 2020 Title IX Regulations that mandate the public sharing of materials used to train college Title IX team members, this page contains links to materials used to train Highland Community College's team members. This page will be updated periodically when additional material has been used to train team members throughout the year.

Additional Resources


Know Your IX-Empowering Students to Stop Sexual Violence


Highland Says No More Campaign Videos


Johnson County Community College Resource Video Series


Love Is Respect


Federal Office for Victims of Crime


Arming Women Against Rape and Endangerment


US Department of Justice Community Oriented Policing Services


Rape Abuse and Incest National Network


National Stalking Resource Center


Domestic Violence National Hotline-1-800-799-SAFE (7233)


Resource Guide

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