Title IX

Long Beach City College provides a safe environment that supports learning and encourages all students to pursue their goals and successfully achieve them. This means the College does not tolerate sex-based discrimination – including sexual harassment and violence – and is committed to empowering all students and employees to take actions to eliminate sex discrimination on campus and to know how to get help if sex-based discrimination occurs. The College has a Title IX team that is prepared and ready to help!

For additional questions and support, please contact any one of the following personnel:

Cynthia Nuñez – Faculty & Staff 
Deborah Miller-Calvert – Students 

If you feel you have experienced sexual harassment, discrimination, or misconduct, please fill out and submit this form to the following offices:

Faculty & Staff — Cynthia Nuñez cnunez@lbcc.edu
Students — Deborah Miller-Calvert dmiller-calvert@lbcc.edu


Title IX Training Materials

Below, please find several trainings on the topic of Title IX and sexual misconduct. The trainings listed below are meant to serve as informational resources. If you have any questions or would like additional information on this topic, please do not hesitate to reach out to the College’s Title IX Coordinator at the following email address: kolson@lbcc.edu 


What is Title IX?

Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 prohibits discrimination based on sex in education and activities in federally funded schools, colleges, and universities. Title IX applies to women and men, students and employees.


Yes Means Yes: Consent Law

Together we can make sure that when sex happens it is a positive experience for everyone involved. This positive experience is based upon consent, a mutual agreement by both parties involved in every action that occurs along the way. Consent means both of you are ready and willing to share that moment and that both of you have control over what that moment will be like. In other words, both people have to say “Yes” and to continue to say “Yes” as the interactions continue – this is what healthy intimacy is all about!


The Complaint Process

Long Beach City College takes all complaints of sexual harassment and sexual violence very seriously. We understand that it can be difficult for victims or those who have witnessed a violation to come forward and file a complaint, and we’ve attempted to simplify the process as much as possible.