Cabrillo College is committed to creating a safe, supportive learning and working environment for all members of the campus community. Campus safety is our top priority, and we take all reports of misconduct seriously to protect everyone’s health and well-being.
The College depends on community members to identify and report behaviors of concern so that the College can provide distressed students and employees with appropriate support services and resources. We are all responsible for campus safety. If you see something, say and do something about it—report any concerning behavior or suspicious activity using the forms below.
Unlawful harassment and discrimination is behavior based on someone’s affiliation with a protected class that is so pervasive, persistent, or severe that it would prevent a reasonable person from taking advantage of the educational or employment opportunities Cabrillo has to offer. Cabrillo College does not discriminate on the basis of national origin, religion, age, gender, gender identity, gender expression, race or ethnicity, color, medical condition, genetic information, ancestry, sexual orientation, marital status, physical or mental disability, veteran or military status, or pregnancy.
Cabrillo College prohibits retaliation against individuals who make a report or who participate in investigations of unlawful discrimination or harassment. Any attempt to harass or intimidate individuals who participated in an investigation constitutes a violation of College policy and could result in disciplinary action. El formulario de queja está disponible en español aqui.
Sexual Misconduct includes gender-based discrimination, sexual harassment, dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking behaviors. To learn more about Cabrillo’s reporting options and resources for sexual misconduct, please visit our Title IX website. Información sobre el proceso de como reportar un incidente de Title IX están disponibles aquí. El formulario de queja está disponible en español aqui.
Faculty, staff, and students should use this form for students whose behavior inhibits a faculty member’s ability to conduct class or limits other students' ability to benefit from instruction; 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.
Academic dishonesty, academic misconduct or academic fraud is any type of cheating, plagiarism, fabrication or falsification of data, deception of an instructor by providing false information for missing a exam or deadline or claiming to have submitted coursework. It also includes using paid services to complete an assignment or providing test answers for money as well as impersonation by assuming a student’s identity with an intent to advantage a student.
Faculty, staff, and students should use this form if they become aware of a student who needs support and resources to address housing and/or food insecurities.
Faculty, staff, and students are encouraged to use this form to report concerning behavior that may be impacting a student’s academic success. Concerns regarding homeless and food insecure students may be reported using this form.
For the first student "Academic Progress Check-in", faculty should connect with their student in class, during office hours, connect via phone, or email to provide direct support based on the specific academic needs of each student. Once a conversation occurs bewteen faculty and student, a report should be submitted here for information only. For second and third student reports, the Care Team will intervene and follow-up directly with the student.
The Academic Early Alert Report is intended to connect students who are having difficulty with reading comprehension, class assignments, class attendance, class participation, or writing to campus resources such as tutoring, Math Lab, CTC, STEM Center, Academic Counseling, and other academic support resources.
The primary goal of the Student Grievance Process is to produce a mutually acceptable solution to the student’s complaint as soon as possible and at the lowest administrative level possible. The Student Grievance Process may apply to complaints involving financial aid, course grades, interactions with College employees, or academic dismissal from the Allied Health program.
We are committed to providing excellent service to our campus community. We have developed several 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 831-479-6527.