Report an Incident or Complaint

Individuals may submit one or more complaints/reports at a time.

Report an Incident of Sex Discrimination, Sexual Harassment, Exploitation or Retaliation
Report incidents of sex discrimination, sexual harassment (including sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence or stalking), sexual exploitation or retaliation involving members of the South Texas College community.

About Students

Complaints Concerning Students
Report a Complaint involving Students of South Texas College; this includes behaviors that occur both on and off campus.

Non-Complaint Incident Report Concerning Students
Report any behaviors of concern involving Students of South Texas College; this includes behaviors that occur both on and off campus.

About College Employees

Complaints Concerning Employees, Vendors, Visitors
Submit a complaint involving Employees, Vendors and/or Visitors regarding any behavior of concern or misconduct including but not limited to, alleged discrimination, harassment, misconduct, standards of conduct or retaliation.

Non-Complaint Incident Report Concerning Employees, Vendors, and/or Visitors
Report information related to any alleged or witnessed incident(s) of concern or misconduct involving Employees, Vendors and/or Visitors.

About Academics

Grade Appeals
Students have the right to appeal academic grades which they consider manifestly unjust or erroneous. The primary responsibility for assigning grades belongs to the faculty member, and in the absence of compelling evidence of discrimination, differential treatment or procedural irregularities, the judgment of the faculty member must remain determinant. If a student’s grade appeal is based on discrimination or harassment on the basis of sex, please submit a Title IX report. If the grade appeal is based on any other type of discrimination, harassment or misconduct by the instructor, please submit a Complaint against the instructor.

Enrollment Appeals
The Enrollment Appeals Committee (Committee) provides South Texas College (College) students with an opportunity to formally appeal a registration, schedule change or reinstatement issue, resulting from a catastrophic situation, such as a medical emergency, serious illness, death of an immediate family member (parent, spouse, sibling, child) and/or a life-changing incident, or a perceived error by the College. Appeals should be filed in a timely manner, preferably during the semester in which the catastrophic situation or perceived error occurred.

Pregnant and Parenting Enrollment Appeal Form
Title IX prohibits discrimination against a student based on pregnancy, childbirth, false pregnancy, termination of pregnancy or recovery from any of these conditions. Complete and submit this form if you are a student seeking an enrollment appeal based on their status as a pregnant and parenting individual.

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