A reminder from the Office of Student Compliance
Students must continue to comply with Title IX and the Student Code of Conduct and General Rules and Guidelines while interacting and learning in online and/or face-to-face environments. In addition, our Behavior Intervention Team remains active. Student Compliance staff are working remotely, are responding to complaints and reports, and supporting students and the College community. Additional information and links to submit online reports is listed below. Staff can be reached Monday-Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. A reminder to keep the LCC Community safe by following the Shared Responsibility Guidelines listed on the Coronavirus website. Non-compliance may result in a referral to Student Conduct.
The Office of Student Compliance is an integral part of the positive educational environment at Lansing Community College. We support the Mission of the College by responding to and resolving situations in which the behavioral choices of students are negatively impacting other students, including themselves. We aim to educate those students on the rights and responsibilities of community membership and to support their success at Lansing Community College. We promote responsibility, encourage honesty, and foster respect for diversity in order to enhance the quality of the College and community environment.
Make a Report
Student Code of Conduct Report
Reports for alleged Student Code of Conduct violations should be filed here. Some examples of Student Conduct violations include academic dishonesty (cheating and plagiarism), disruptive behavior, threatening behavior, acceptable use violations, theft or attempted theft, possession or use of alcohol and/or drugs, etc.
Student Title IX and Sexual Misconduct Report
Reports for alleged Title IX or Sexual Misconduct violations should be filed here. Some examples of violations include sexual assault, stalking, domestic violence, sexual harassment, etc.
BIT reports for students of concern should be filed here. Some examples of BIT reports include but are not limited to: self-injurious behavior/suicidal ideation or attempt, talk or writing of suicide or suicidal action; appearing troubled or depressed, erratic behavior (including online behavior) that disrupts the College mission and/or learning or work environment, threats of safety to the campus or the College community (including those made online or in writing) and disturbing or unusual behavior.
Room 1210 Gannon Building
Director of Student Compliance:
Student Title IX Investigator/Conduct Officer:
Student Compliance Liaison: