We are here to respect, protect and support
If you are in danger, contact:
- Emergency Dispatch, 911
- PCC Public Safety, 971-722-4444
PCC's goal is to provide an atmosphere that encourages people to realize their full potential.
All members of our community, including our guests and visitors, deserve to learn and work in a fair and safe environment-and we take our responsibility to provide this space seriously.
PCC is charged with investigating all reported misconduct and gender-equity concerns; offering support to the people involved; and implementing measures to maximize safety. When we respect, protect and support one another, our community thrives.
If you have experienced sexual harassment, sexual assault, domestic or dating violence or any other behavior that has made you feel unsafe or unwelcome-we are here to help.
What is sexual misconduct?
- Sexual assault
- Any actual or attempted sexual contact made without a person's consent.
- A course of conduct directed at a specific person that would cause a reasonable person to fear for their or others' safety, or to suffer substantial emotional distress.
- Dating violence
- Includes violence by a person who has been in a romantic or intimate relationship with the victim. Whether there was such a relationship will be gauged by its length, type, and frequency of interaction.
- Domestic violence
- Includes asserted violent misdemeanor and felony offenses committed by the victim's current or former spouse, current or former cohabitant, person similarly situated under domestic or family violence law or anyone else protected under domestic or family violence law.
- Retaliation means any adverse treatment that is taken because a person engaged in protected activity (e.g., opposing discriminatory practices, filing a complaint, or participating in an investigation).
- Sexual harassment
- Unwelcome sexual conduct that creates a hostile, intimidating, or unsafe environment.
What is consent?
Consent is a knowing, voluntary and mutual agreement to engage in sexual activity. Consent can be withdrawn at any time.
Know your rights
- You have the right to learn and work in a safe environment. PCC follows a zero tolerance policy for all forms of sexual misconduct and gender-based discrimination.
- You have the right to a prompt and fair Investigation. PCC is required to investigate all reports of sexual misconduct within 60 college work days.
- You have the right to file a complaint without fear of retaliation. Complainant or witnesses who report sexual misconduct are protected from retaliation under the law.
- You have the right to access support and health services. PCC offers confidential counseling services and can connect you with on- and off-campus resources to help you heal.
Where to get help
- If you are in danger
- Emergency Dispatch: 911
- PCC Public Safety: 971-722-4444
- Counseling and support student counseling
- Cascade SSB 124, 971-722-5271
- Rock Creek Bldg. 9 Rm. 118, 971-722-7300
- Southeast SCOM 116, 971-722-6240
- Sylvania CC 210, 971-722-8153
- Women's resource centers
- Cascade SUB 301, 971-722-5249
- Rock Creek Bldg. 7, Rm. 119, 971-722-7432
- Southeast Mt. Tabor, Room 148, 971-722-6051
- Sylvania CC 232, 971-722-8101
- Queer resource centers
- Cascade SUB 212, 971-722-5702
- Rock Creek Bldg. 5, Rm. 121, 971-722-7345
- Southeast Mt. Tabor, Room 149, 971-722-6032
- Sylvania CC 228, 971-722-8515
- Employee assistance program
- Visit myrbh.com (access code OEBB), 1-866-750-1327
- Other resources
- Call to Safety, 503-235-5333
- Portland Women's Crisis Line, 503-235-5333
- Columbia County Mental Health Line, 503-397-6161
- Washington County Crisis Line, 503-291-9111
- Yamhill County Crisis Line, 503-434-7523
- Clackamas County 24-hour Crisis Line, 503-654-2288
- Additional community resources
Where to report incidents
Contact the Office of Equity and Inclusion (Alex Baldino, Title IX Coordinator) with questions or for more help.