Training for Students
We encourage students to go through the Title IX training offered below, if you have
not yet done so to further your understanding of Title IX.
*If you have not yet completed the training, Crime Prevention for Students, it will
also appear under this link.
Title IX Personnel Training
Under the new Title IX regulations, the Title IX Coordinator, as well as any investigator,
facilitator of informal resolutions, hearing officer, or appeals officer must have
certain required training, and must make the training materials publicly available.
Oakland Community College is dedicated to protecting and preserving the rights of
crime victims. We are sensitive to the needs of all victims and will strive to provide
assistance, access to vital information, resources and additional services.
Pursuant to Federal Title IX regulations, The Family Educational Rights and Privacy
Act and the Michigan Crime Victim’s Rights Act, the Department of Public Safety will
not impede, to any alleged victim of any crime of violence, the results of any disciplinary
proceeding conducted by the College against the perpetrator of the crime directly
related to the victim. The College will aid and assist any victim in pursuing information
for which they are entitled under the law.
Victim Rights Policy:
It is the policy of the Oakland Community College Department of Public Safety to comply
with Title IX, FERPA regulations, and the Michigan Crime Victim’s Rights Act, PA 87
of 1985 (MCL 780.751).
Pursuant to Title IX and FERPA regulations, the Department of Public Safety will not
impede any alleged victim of any crime of violence from obtaining the results of any
disciplinary proceeding conducted by the college against the perpetrator of the crime
directly related to the victim. Any victim requesting information related to their
complaint shall be referred to the Title IX Coordinator.