Sexual Assault

Effective July 1, 1993 amendments to the Campus Security Act require that all institutions of higher education have in place campus sexual assault programs established to prevent sex offenses. Institutions must also establish and publish, in their annual security report, procedures to be followed when a sex offense has occurred.

It is a violation of Shoreline Community College regulations to commit a sexual assault (including rape).

In addition to possible civil and criminal charges, any member of the Shoreline Community College community who is found guilty of sexual assault - following appropriate Shoreline Community College judicial proceedings - will be subject to disciplinary procedures (Student Code of Conduct). Termination of employment or dismissal from the college is the maximum penalty Shoreline Community College may impose.