Title IX - Stop Sexual Violence
Office Closed Effective March 17, Services Continue
Shelter in Place, March 17-April 7
Foothill is fortunate to have opened a Food Pantry last fall thanks to partners Second Harvest Food Bank and the Community Services Agency. The Food Pantry provides groceries to any Foothill student enrolled in credit or non-credit classes who meets the self-reported income eligibility set by Second Harvest. But for students who don’t have a home where they can bring groceries and make meals, the Food Pantry is not a viable option. - See more at: https://foundation.fhda.edu/stories/FH_food_pantry.html#.WTH2qcm1t
The Gavilan College food pantry is a collaboration between Gavilan College CalWORKs, Fresh Success, Association Students of Gavilan College (ASGC), Second Harvest Food Bank and St. Joseph’s Family Center. The pantry is open all year long and serves the entire Gavilan College Community.
Due to the Santa Clara County Shelter in Place order, the Title IX physical office will be closed until April 7, 2020. However, we wil continue to provide services to students via email, phone, and video calls during regular business hours. Feel free to contact us at (650) 949-7241 or at FHTitleix@foothill.edu
Report an Incident
Foothill College is committed to ending relationship or interpersonal violence and sexual misconduct on our campus and easing the burden placed on those who report these types of behaviors.
There are five ways to report an incident, including online. Click below to submit an online reporting form or click HERE for other reporting options.
Safety and Well-Being
Foothill College is committed to creating and sustaining an educational and working environment free of:
- sex discrimination
- sexual harassment
- sexual violence
- domestic violence
- dating and acquaintance violence and stalking
The safety and well-being of the campus community is a priority for Foothill College.
What is Title IX?
Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (Title IX) prohibits sex (gender-based) discrimination and harassment in educational programs and activities at institutions that receive federal financial funding, including for employment, academic, educational, extracurricular and athletic activities.
This Federal Law
Protects all people regardless of their gender or gender identity from sex discrimination, including sexual harassment and sexual violence, which are forms of discrimination, and requires institutions to take necessary steps to prevent sexual assault on their campuses, and to respond promptly and effectively when an assault is reported.
Title IX Coordinator
Dean of Students
Campus Center, Office 2003
De Anza College
Dean, Counseling and Disability Support Programs and Services
ADM 122, Administration Building
Thank you to Indiana University for their permission to use their website as a guide in creating our Title IX web information.
Do you need to talk?
Title IX Coordinator, Leticia Maldonado
Campus Center, Room 2003
Helpful Resources Links
- Sexual Violence Prevention Program eCHECKUP
- Bullying Awareness Guidebook
- Foothill Contacts/Map: Know Your Nine
- RAINN (Rape Abuse & Incest National Network)
- #LoveBetter at One Love
- Crime Statistics (Clery Act)
Take the Pledge
Learn more about what you can do to end sexual violence. Visit itsonus.org.