If you have been sexually harassed, physically or verbally assaulted the College urges to report the incident to the Vice President of Student Affairs/Title IX Coordinator or to District Police. Please click here to file a Title IX Incident Report
San Jose-Evergreen Community College District (SJECCD) Police (408) 270-6468 from your cell phone or dial extension 6468 from any campus phone (If you have experienced or have witnessed sexual assault, harassment, or violence on campus, you may remain anonymous when calling 911 or the SJECCD District Police by identifying the call as a SaVe Act call instead of giving your name);
Evergreen Valley College Vice President of Student Affairs/Title IX Coordinator:
Location: Student Center Building (SC), Room 205 Telephone: (408) 223-6749
Seek medical care as soon as possible. Even if you do not have any visible physical injuries, you may be at risk of acquiring a sexually transmitted disease (women may also be at risk for pregnancy). We encourage you to go to the Student Health Center for medical, counseling services and/or contact any of the following health referral services: p
SART - Sexual Assault Response Team. 408-885-6466, 751 Bascom Avenue, Building H12, San Jose, Ca. 95128;
YWCA Valley Rape Crisis Center/ YWCA of Silicon Valley, (408) 287-3000 (24-hr hotline) or (650) 493-7273
Silicon Valley Faces (408) 286-9663 and Victim Witness Assistance program (408) 295-2656, 777 N. First Street, Suite 220, San Jose, ca. 95112
Title IX Coordinator VPAA 408-223-6749
Director of Student Development Raniyah Johnson 408-223-6768
Dean, SSHAPE Brad Carothers 408-223-6792
Student Health Center Coordinator Janice Assadi 408-270-6480
SJECCD Police Department Chief Thomas Morales 408-270-6468Title IX Trainings for Title IX Personnel
When Should I Report A Complaint?
Sexual discrimination, harassment, assault, misconduct or violence can take many forms, including any sexual conduct that lacks mutual consent. Harassment may take the form of stalking or the distribution, display or discussion of any written, graphic, visual or auditory material that is sexual in nature and has the purpose or effect of threatening, intimidating or interfering with a person's ability to study or work. All such behaviors should be reported immediately.
San Jose-Evergreen Community College District, San Jose City College, and Evergreen Valley College are committed to ensuring a community that is safe for all who study, live, work and visit here. Immediate notification of an issue is critical to fulfilling our commitment to you. We understand that sexual discrimination, harassment, assault, misconduct or violence may be difficult to report but immediate reporting allows for the best possible efforts to support victims and to investigate and address the report.
Retaliation against anyone who reports in good faith or participates in the investigative process is prohibited and may be subject to sanctions as determined by the College.
What Happens When I Report A Complaint To District/Campus Police?
When the incident is reported to Campus Police, the following can occur:
If I DO Not Report To The District Police, To Whom Do I Report A Complaint?
1. SJCC's Title IX Coordinator, Lucha Ortega, at (408) 288-3729 or email at Lucha.Ortega@sjcc.edu or
2. EVC's Title IX Coordinator, Lucha Ortega, at 408-223-6749 or email at Lucha.Ortega@evc.edu
Victims of sexual assault will have the right to:
EVC Student Resource Guide for Title IX
Sexual Harassment Complaint Procedures
Harassment/Discrimination - Complaint Form
Code of Ethics
Campus and District Policies
Student Safety on Campus: College Forum
Responsible Employee Obligations Checklist (Student Complainants)
Title IX Assault Incident Reporting Form