Office of Title IX (Sexual Misconduct)
How does it affect you as a Student of Oxnard College?
Members of the Oxnard College community, guests, and visitors have the right to be free from sexual misconduct and any other form of sexual harassment and gender-based discrimination and violence.
OC DOES NOT TOLERATE sexual misconduct, which includes, but not limited to:
Sexual harassment (in person, by text, or online)
Gender based Hate Crimes
When an allegation of misconduct is brought to an appropriate employee's attention and a Respondent is found to have violated any sexual misconduct policies, appropriate sanctions will be used to reasonably ensure that such actions are never repeated.
The following information explains campus community expectations and seeks to establish a mechanism for determining when those expectations have been violated. Likewise, the information gives reporting options and on/off-campus resources to support students who have been victims of sexual misconduct.
All OC community members have the duty to understand student rights and responsibilities; therefore, it is important that you are familiar with the following policies and procedures as it relates to gender equity and gender-based discrimination, harassment, and violence:
Ventura County Community College District: BP 3430 PROHIBITION OF HARASSMENT AND DISCRIMINATION
In 2016, California passed a law (Senate Bill 967), known as the Yes Means Yes law, requiring both parties who are engaging in sexual activity to give an on-going consent. Here are links to videos that will help frame the context to his law about affirmative consent:
Please feel free to contact Oscar Cobian if you have any questions: (805) 678-5937.
Resources & Information
- Immediate Action
- Sexual Misconduct Resources
- Sexual Assault Abuse Action Plan
- Sexual and Other Assaults on Campus
- Sexual Misconduct FAQ
- What is Clery?
- Title IX Clery Report
- Title IX Flyer
- Title IX Overview
- Campus Sexual Assault Victim's Rights
What would you do if you were a witness to Sexual Assault? Would you help?
If you would like to get additional bi-standard training, please watch the following video: