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Just Report It

See Something, Say Something, Do Something

We are committed to creating a safe, welcoming,  and supportive campus environment. We prioritize safety, wellness, and maintaining the rights and responsibilities of members of the SCC community. We take all reports of misconduct or concerns seriously.

Two graduate stick figures with their arms around each otherIn order to provide appropriate support services, resources, and actions we depend on our campus community to identify and report behaviors or issues of concern.


We are all responsible for maintaining a positive and supportive campus environment. If you see something, say something – report any concerns or misconduct using the forms below:

Early Alert Referral

Faculty and staff should use this form for any Early Alert referrals concerning student resource needs or academic concern issues. This includes class attendance, classroom behavior, test/quiz scores, assignment completion, class participation, food/housing insecurity, mental health services, or other personal issues (e.g. Health; Financial; Family; etc). Students may also self-refer if they are needing to identify additional supports/services to ensure success both in and outside of the classroom.

Student Conduct Incident Report

Faculty, staff, and students should use this form for students whose conduct/behavior inhibits a faculty member’s ability to conduct class or limits other students' ability to benefit from instruction or campus services; whose conduct, speech or activity interferes with other individuals’ actions and/or the learning activities of other students in the academic environment, or whose actions inhibit college work in any office, classroom, lounge, or other college setting.

This form is not to be used to report a sexual harassment or sexual misconduct (Title IX) complaint against a CCS employee, volunteer or contractor. Please refer to CCS Administrative Procedure 2.30.01-D Title IX Procedures for Employees for more information.

Student of Concern/Behavioral Intervention Team Report

Faculty, staff, and students are encouraged to use this form to report concerning behavior that may be impacting a student’s success or may pose a threat to the safety/wellness of the student or others.

Title IX (Sexual Harassment) Report

Sexual Harassment includes quid pro quo harassment, hostile environment, sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, or stalking behaviors. Learn more about Spokane Community College’s reporting options and resources for sexual harassment.

This form is not to be used to report a sexual harassment or sexual misconduct (Title IX) complaint against a CCS employee, volunteer or contractor. Please refer to CCS Administrative Procedure 2.30.01-D Title IX Procedures for Employees for more information.

We are committed to providing timely support and service to our campus community. We have developed several reporting systems to collect your input above. In the event that you cannot find a place to file a concern, complaint, or a compliment (we like those too!), please feel free to submit your statement to the email address provided below. This address should only be used for a situation that does not fit any of the descriptions above. Be sure to use the main reporting forms if they are applicable to avoid any delay in processing your statement. As always, if you have questions about anything, contact us at 509-533-7431.

studentconduct@scc.spokane.edu