Read the case study below for a look at what students on GRCC’s campus might experience when reporting a sexual assault. For more information on support, resources and reporting at GRCC click here.
Male Victims Of Campus Sexual Assault Speak Out
‘We’re Up Against A System That’s Not Designed To Help Us’
Mandatory reporters of sexual misconduct cannot promise confidentiality (click here to see the policy). If you are speaking with a potential victim, assure him or her that you will help in any way that you can, offer to assist in filling a formal complaint, and connect him or her to an Title IX coordinator. Listen and sympathize, or connect them with a licensed personal counselor in our Counseling and Career Center who can provide confidentiality.
Employee Assistance Plan (EAP) services are available and free to all employees (except student employees), their spouses and children living in their household 24 hours a day, seven days a week through these numbers: (800) 442-0809 or (616) 455-6210.
How are GRCC and Title IX, a federal civil rights law that prohibits sex discrimination in education, protecting you? Click here to learn about GRCC’s policies and
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