What is Title IX?

Title IX is a part of the federal Education Amendments of 1972 law which prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in educational institutions, programs and activities that receive federal financial assistance.

In accordance with Title IX laws, all forms of sex discrimination, including but not limited to: sexual assault, sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, sexual violence, and failure to provide equal opportunity in educational programs and co-curricular programs including athletics, discrimination based on pregnancy, and employment discrimination are strictly prohibited by Central Texas College.

For more information about our institution's policies on sexual assault and to access student training on sexual assault issues, please visit Central Texas College's Campus Sexual Assault Policy   

Central Texas College is an equal opportunity, affirmative action institution. We are unequivocally committed to a policy of equal access and equal opportunity in employment practices, admissions, educational programs and all other college activities.

Existing administrative procedures of Central Texas College are used to handle student grievances.  If you believe a condition or employee of Central Texas College is unfair or discriminatory, you may file a written complaint to the following:

Students Employees
Dean, Student Success & Persistence Director - Human Resources
Building 106, Room 208 Building 103, Room 123
254-526-1293 254-526-1128

The United States Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights (OCR) is in charge of enforcing Title IX compliance issues. You may find more information at: http://www2.ed.gov/policy/rights/reg/ocr/index.html.