Please call or email Kapi‘olani Community College’s Deputy Title IX Coordinators, Title IX Coordinator, or confidential spaces to set up an informal meeting if you have a complaint involving sex discrimination, sexual harassment, or sexual violence. You can also find out answers to many common questions by visiting our FAQ page, or you can call for general information.
What to Do if You Have Been Sexually Assaulted
Read Where to Get Help for immediate actions to consider if you’ve been sexually assaulted.
Report an Incident
Reports of sexual violence, stalking, or sexual harassment can be submitted to Kapi‘olani CC’s Title IX Coordinator by using the online reporting form. Kapi‘olani CC will work cooperatively to ensure that your health, physical safety, and academic status are protected.
All members of Kapi‘olani CC’s community have several options for submitting a report or complaint of sexual assault, relationship violence or stalking. Kapi‘olani CC provides a variety of reporting options available to an individual, so that each person may choose a path for response best suited to his or her particular situation.
Title IX Complaint Resolution Process
Kapi‘olani Community College promptly and thoroughly investigates and resolves complaints alleging sex discrimination, sexual harassment, and sexual violence. To learn more about the complaint investigation and resolution process, please contact the Title IX Coordinator or the Deputy Title IX Coordinators.Portrait-Reporting-and-Investigation-Flowchart