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Info and Disclosures

Mission College cares about the safety of its staff, faculty, and students. Please see the following if you are reporting an incident.

Please dial 911 if it is an immediate emergency or (408)408-299-2311 for a non-emergency.

COVID Reporting Form

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If you are staff/faculty/student and you have been exposed or you suspect you have been exposed to COVID-19, please utilize this protocol to report your situation.

Student Grievance Form

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To be completed if there has been an unfair or inconsistent decision in the academic evaluation of your performance, orientation, counseling, assessment or within any Student Support services. Or an act or threat of intimidation, harassment or physical aggression. Or violation of polices or procedures within the College Catalog.

Public Incident Form

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To be completed for incidents of concern involving students, campus personnel, or community members. All incidents relating to code of conduct, academic dishonesty, or any other incidents of concern should be reported via this form.

CARE Incident Form

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This report is for you to report students who may be impacted by mental health or well-being issues. Submission of this report does not mean the student violated any code of conduct. This report will be provided to the WVC or MC Behavioral Intervention Teams (BIT) to provide the full array of services to students dealing with challenges.

The purpose of BIT is to assess circumstances, enhance communication, and initiate appropriate responses to specific behavioral problems that may involve threats to the safety and security of the campus community. The team coordinates a network of existing resources, focused on prevention and early intervention.

Title IX Incident Form

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To be completed if there are incidents of concern relating to sexual harassment; sex discrimination; sexual assault; domestic violence; discrimination based on gender identity; stalking; or other types of sexual misconduct.

Red Folder

How to respond to a student in need and who to contact if an incident arises.

Other Information of Interest

District Policies