Title IX Policies and Procedures


BP 3433 - Prohibition of Sexual Harassment Under Title IX

AP 3433.1 - Prohibition of Sexual Harassment Under Title IX

AP 3434.1 - Responding to Harassment Based on Sex Under Title IX


Nine Things to Know About Title IX


1. Title IX is a landmark civil rights law that prohibits sex discrimination in education.

2. Title IX is not just about sports, it also addresses sexual harassment and violence.

3. Schools can issue a no-contact order to prevent the responding party from interacting with the reporting party or witnesses in an investigation.

4. Schools must have an established procedure for handling sex-based discrimination, harassment, and violence.

5. Schools must protect anyone who makes a Title IX complaint from retaliation.

6. Schools must be proactive in ensuring your campus is free of sex-based discrimination.

7. The Title IX Coordinator can help you access a variety of campus and community resources.

8. Title IX does not only apply to female students, male and non-binary students are protected too.

9. If you have experienced sexual misconduct, you do not have to deal with it on your own. 




Title IX Training Materials 

Title IX Rights


Title IX Training - 2020 

Title IX Training - 2023 













  1. Title IX Coordinator
  2. Campus Security and County Resources

Director of Human Resources - Nicole Marin

The Title IX Coordinator receives and responds to reports of sexual harassment or sexual violence and can help facilitate accomodations for victims of sexual misconduct.

  • Phone: (707) 468-3065
  • Email: nmarin@mendocino.edu
  • Office Location: MacMillan Hall, Room 1160

The security personnel can respond to and support security concerns you have on campus. This includes providing a campus escort to and from the parking lot or elsewhere on campus.

  • Available Hours: Monday-Saturday 7 am - 11 pm
  • Security Phone (talk): (707) 468-3155
  • Security Phone (text): (707) 489-8404

Victims of sexual violence can file a criminal complaint with the Sheriff's Department. The Sheriff also facilitates a SAFE exam to collect and preserve evidence of he incident

Mendocino County

Office Location: 951 Low Gap Road, Ukiah CA 95482

Non-Emergency 24 Hour Dispatch Phone Numbers:

  • Ukiah: (707) 463-4086
  • Fort Bragg: (707) 961-2421
  • Willits: (707) 459-7833
  • Emergency: 9-1-1

Website: http://www.mendocinosheriff.com


Lake County

Office Location: 1220 Martin St., Lakeport CA 95453

Non-Emergency 24 Hour Dispatch Phone Number:

  • (707) 263-2690
  • Emergency: 9-1-1

Website: http://www.lakesheriff.com

Lake Family Resource Center

The Lake Family Resource Center offers support for domestic violence and sexual assault victims in Lake County. They offer counseling, therapeutic services, accompaniment (hospital and court), advocacy, restraining order assistance, and temporary emergency shelter.

Website: http://www.lakefrc.org


Project Sanctuary

Project Sanctuary is a full service domestic violence and sexual assault crisis intervention responder available to Mendocino County. They offer counseling, legal advocacy, accompaniment and advocacy for sexual assault victims, 24/7 crisis line, support groups, prevention education, and safe and confidential emergency shelter.


Inland Mendocino County

564 S. Dora St. Ste A, Ukiah CA 95482

  • Phone: (707) 462-9196
  • Hours: M-F 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Mendocino Coast

461 N. Franklin St., Fort Bragg CA 95437

  • Phone: (707) 961-1507
  • Hours: M-F 8:30 am-4:30 pm