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Filing a Complaint

Information on student concerns or complaints (including, but not limited to, equity, sexual harassment, Title IX, 504, ADA) may be viewed on this college website. In addition to complaints being filed by students or employees, complaints may be initiated by other individuals or entities, such as a family member, representative, organization, or other third party wishing to file on behalf of an individual or group alleged to have suffered unlawful discrimination or harassment. The Los Rios district has an official Unlawful Discrimination Complaint form online at: www.losrios.edu. However, while complainants should be encouraged to use the form, the form is not required and complaints shall not be considered defective or rejected based on the failure to file the complaint on the form.

Any individual or group who believes unlawful discrimination or harassment has been suffered is encouraged to follow the complaint procedures as set forth in Los Rios Regulation R-2423. Throughout the complaint procedures process, the college president and the college/district equity officers will take all reasonable steps to ensure confidentiality is maintained, prevent retaliation and take action if it occurs, and insure that due process will be followed with respect to both parties. In the case of a student, it shall not affect grades, class selection, or other matters pertaining to his or her status as a student. In a situation where evidence is found that an allegation of discrimination or harassment is brought solely for the purpose of vexation, the appropriate disciplinary action will be taken. Copies of the Los Rios Discrimination Complaint policy and procedures and forms are also available from the Equity Officer, (916) 608-6752.