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How to report a violation under Title VI

Under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, no person, on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, income-level or limited English proficiency shall be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination under any federally-funded program or activity.

All reports of alleged violations under Title VI should be reported to the College’s General Counsel at 443.840.3098 or via email at

All employees who are aware of or witness discrimination, in violation of Title VI, are required to promptly report the matter to the General Counsel. Any student or member of the public who is aware of or witnesses discrimination, in violation of Title VI, is encouraged to promptly report to matter to the General Counsel. All initial contacts will be treated with the maximum possible privacy.

Subject to the college’s obligation to investigate and redress violations, every reasonable effort will be made to maintain the privacy of those reporting such discrimination matters to the General Counsel. In all cases, the college will give consideration to the complainant with respect to how the complaint is pursued but reserves the right, when necessary to protect the community, to investigate and pursue a resolution when an individual chooses not to initiate or participate in a formal complaint.

Title VI investigation procedures