Sexual and Gender-based Misconduct (Title IX)
For emergencies, please contact 911 immediately.
South Plains College is committed to maintaining a positive learning, working and living environment and will not tolerate acts of sexual harassment or sexual violence or related retaliation against or by any employee or student. When sexual harassment or sexual violence has occurred and is brought to the attention of a Title IX official, SPC will take steps to end the harassment or violence, prevent its re-occurrence and address its effects. For more information, view the sexual and gender-based misconduct policy.
Report a Sexual or Gender-based Misconduct Incident:
This form should be used to refer an incident involving an alleged violation of:
- The South Plains College Sexual and Gender-Based Misconduct Policy and Procedures (including sexual harassment, sexual assault, gender-based harassment, domestic violence, dating violence, sexual exploitation, and stalking) by anyone wishing to file a referral on behalf of a South Plains College student. These allegations are investigated and adjudicated by the Vice President for Academic Services who serves as the Title IX Coordinator;
- South Plains College Non-Discrimination Statement and Policy. These allegations are investigated and adjudicated through the Office of the Vice President for Student Services.
As a reminder: all College faculty members, staff members, and administrators, with the exception of those working in a confidential capacity (e.g., counselors, rape crisis advocates, medical providers, and clergy) who learn of suspected instances of discrimination, harassment or gender-based misconduct, directly or indirectly, have a duty to refer the information immediately to the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs/Title IX Coordinator.
Dr. Stan DeMerritt
Vice President for Student Affairs
Student Services Building - Levelland
Jeri Ann Dewbre
Director of Human Resources
Administration Building – Levelland