Mt. San Antonio College has established guidelines for resolving all types of discrimination, harassment, retaliation and sexual violence complaints. There are several early resolution options, depending on the circumstances, including educational programs for targeted campus units or for particular individuals. Where early resolution is unsuccessful or inappropriate, a formal complaint may be filed and a formal investigation undertaken. There is no prescribed sequence, so choosing one option first does not prevent a complainant from choosing a different option for resolution a later time. For complete information on Mt. San Antonio Community College District's policies and procedures regarding the District's commitment to providing an academic and work environment free of unlawful discrimination, harassment and retaliation (DHR), please see the District's Annual Notice. To file a formal complaint of unlawful discrimination, harassment or retaliation, please complete the Unlawful Discrimination Complaint Form.
Reports of sexual misconduct may be made to Human Resources, the Mt. San Antonio College the Department of Police and Campus Safety Department, the Office of Student Life, Student Health Services, and other campus resources outlined in the Mt. San Antonio Sexual Assaults on Campus Administrative Procedure. Investigations of reports of sexual misconduct are conducted by the Department of Police and Campus Safety in collaboration with the Title IX Coordinator. Sexual misconduct can be addressed through the District’s administrative procedures and through the criminal justice system. Any criminal proceeding is entirely separate from administrative proceedings of the District.
Reporting Concerns or Complaints
Because complaints of discrimination, harassment (including sexual misconduct), and sexual violence are most effectively addressed at the earliest possible stage, Mt. San Antonio College encourages early reporting of concerns or complaints regarding harassment. If you believe you have been harassed, you are encouraged to discuss your options and to learn about Mt. San Antonio College procedures by contacting (909) 274-4225. You may obtain advice without filing a complaint. Unreasonable delay in reporting harassment or failure to utilize Mt. San Antonio College’s complaint resolution procedures may affect your legal rights.
A number of governmental agencies also accept complaints of discrimination and harassment, including the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (related to employment); the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (related to employment); and the Office for Civil Rights, US Department of Education (related to student complaints).
Unions (Exclusive Representatives)
If you are a District employee who is in a position classification that is represented by a the Faculty Association or California School Employees Association, Chapter 651 or 262, you may find the appropriate collective bargaining agreement and contact information here.
Work Related Injuries, Accidents, Illnesses
If you are a District employee and you believe you have been exposed or are currently exposed to unsafe or unhealthful working conditions, please contact Risk Management.
the Department of Police and Campus Safety
If you believe you have been subject to criminal activity, witnessed a crime, or have been involve in a dispute regarding the use of parking or other District facilities, please contact the Department of Police and Campus Safety, or anonymously send a text to (909) 610-9139. If you believe you are in immediate danger, please call 911 or the local Sheriff's (909) 595-2264.
If you believe you have witnessed or been a party to fraud, misuse, or abuse of public funds or resources, please call toll free: (866) 367-7970.