Federal regulations are laws set forth by the state and federal government. As an employee of MCCCD we are to uphold all state and federal regulations.
Failure to do so can result in an unfavorable college reputation, fines and loss of federal aid to the college/student, loss of accreditation, loss of programs, and lawsuits. The following information will assist your understanding of mandates that are current topics in the media and on college campuses. If you have any questions or concerns please contact Cindy Jepsen, Coordinator of College Compliance. 480-461-7817 firstname.lastname@example.org
Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972 (Title IX) prohibits sex discrimination in education programs and activities. Compliance Quick Guide for Faculty.docx will support your understanding of these current issues as they relate to your instructional role on campus.
The purpose of the 'Clery Act' is to provide the campus community with timely, accurate and complete information about crime and the safety of the campus so that they can make informed decisions to keep themselves safe.
Campus Safety Authorities (CSA's): The Clery Act requires all colleges to collect crime reports from individuals determined to, based on their official job responsibilities, have significant interaction with students and/or campus activities. CSA's are officials whose functions involved building relationships with students and/or has significant responsibility for student and campus activities.
Community Colleges and Universities are prohibited from limiting any area on campus where free speech may be exercised, subject to reasonable time, place and manner restrictions; there are prescribed penalties for unlawfully restricting a student’s right to speak or express themselves.
Pregnant and/or parenting students are protected against discrimination under Title IX and should not be treated differently based on their sex. This protection extends to the health of the baby and it is suggested to be mindful of parenting male students.
Transgender students are protected from discrimination under Title IX and have privacy protection under FERPA. The goal is to foster a learning environment of inclusion, where all students feel safe and welcomed to learn.