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Discrimination or Harassment
Any member of the campus community who feels as thought they have been the target of harassment or discrimination based on his or her status as a protected class (age, ethnicity, religion, disability, etc.) has the right to file a complaint under the college’s Anti-Harassment, Anti-Discrimination Grievance Procedures.
The following resources provide additional information regarding Title IX-related concerns.
- Harmony House
- The Victim Center
- Safe to Sleep
- Isabel’s House
- The Crisis Center – Branson
- Harbor House – Kimberling City
- COPE of Lebanon
- Genesis – Waynesville
State and National Resources:
Under Title IX, students who are pregnant or who may have just become parents are entitled to equal access to educational programs and activities. Federal law requires schools to excuse medically-necessary, pregnancy-related absence and offer other accommodations for pregnant students. To discuss your options as a pregnant/parenting student at OTC, it is recommended that you contact the Title IX office as early into the semester as possible.
Below are additional resources that pregnant/parenting students may find helpful:
- OTC Pregnant & Parenting Brochure
- Lactation Room locations on campus
- Local Resources
- The Pregnant Scholar
The following resources provide additional information about identifying, responding to, and preventing to sexual misconduct on campus.
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