Sexual Harassment and Misconduct at PCC
If you are in immediate danger, contact
- Emergency Dispatch, 911
- PCC Public Safety, 971-722-4444
If you are an employee who is experiencing sexual harassment or misconduct, the Office of Equity and Inclusion can help, or if you prefer to speak with someone confidentially, please utilize the EAP.
If you are a student who is experiencing sexual harassment or misconduct, the Office of Equity and Inclusion can help, or if you prefer to speak with someone confidentially, please contact the Outreach and Advocacy Project or PCC Counseling Services.
We know that people experiencing sexual harassment, misconduct, and violence may feel pressure to drop a classes, question their ability to succeed at work or school, and experience physical and psychological distress. Overall, sexual harassment causes a tense and unproductive working and learning environment.
We also know that sexual harassment, misconduct, and violence can affect people regardless of sex, gender identity, national origin, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, education level, economic security, ability, or any other identity. We see you, you do not have to face these difficulties alone, and we may be able to help.
PCC’s goal is to provide an atmosphere that encourages people to realize their full potential.
All members of our community deserve to learn and work in a fair and safe environment — and we take this responsibility seriously.
Explore the links below to learn more about how PCC can help:
Report an incident to the Office of Equity and Inclusion
Contact the Office of Equity and Inclusion with questions or for more help.