Title IX - Sexual Misconduct

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File a Sexual
Misconduct Report

How to Report Sexual Misconduct

It is the right of those who believe they have experienced sexual misconduct to choose whether or not to report the matter to the college and/or law enforcement. The college, however, urges anyone who has experienced sexual assault, domestic, dating violence, or stalking to seek support as soon as possible to minimize and treat physical and emotional harm and to understand the options for reporting.

It is also important to obtain medical treatment following sexual assault or other acts of violence. A hospital exam to collect evidence for potential criminal prosecution should be done as soon as possible after the incident. The Campus Sexual Assault Victims' Bill of Rights exists as a part of the campus security reporting requirements, commonly known as the Jeanne Clery Act and provides information on the rights of those who report sexual violence on a college campus.

Any person may report an incident of sexual assault, interpersonal violence (including domestic and dating violence), stalking, sexual harassment, and sex discrimination) to one of the Title IX Coordinators via the online reporting form; via email at; via mail at P.O. Box 818, Baytown TX 77520-0818, or by calling one of the Title IX coordinators directly (information below). Reports can be made regardless of whether the person reporting is the person alleged to be subject to the complaint. The online reporting from allows for anonymous reports.

Why Report?

  • The incident has negatively affected your academics or employment.
  • You have concerns about your safety or the safety of the community.
  • You want the college to pursue disciplinary action against the respondent.
  • Reporting an incident informs the college of the incident, which allows the institution to provide support, resources, and accommodations to the all the parties impacted by the incident and does not necessarily result in the initiation of a grievance process.

File a Title IX Report: Use this link to report allegations of sex discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual assault, sexual misconduct, interpersonal violence (including dating violence and domestic violence), and stalking.

Types of Reporting

Anonymous Reports: A report can be made without sharing your name. You may pick this option if you'd like to make the college aware of incidents or general trends but you may not be seeking any further action. Depending on the information provided, the college's ability to respond may be limited.

College Reports: All parties who report incidents to the Title IX coordinator will be offered individualized supportive measures. A decision to remain anonymous may greatly limit the college's ability to stop the alleged conduct, collect evidence, or take action against parties accused of violating this policy. Prompt reporting is encouraged.

Any person subject to an alleged incident, may file a formal complaint to initiate the appropriate grievance process. The college recognizes the right of a victim of sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating violence, or stalking to report the incident and to receive a prompt and equitable resolution of the report or formal complaint.

The Title IX coordinator may also file and sign a formal complaint based on any incident report received which will initiate the appropriate grievance process track.

Police Reports: Individuals who report to the may also report to law enforcement.

What Happens Next?

After a report or formal complaint is submitted, a Title IX coordinator will review the report or formal complaint and will reach out to the reporter, complainant, and other appropriate parties to discuss next steps and provide information on specific resources and accommodations related to the report or formal complaint.

Understanding Confidentiality

All reports are treated with the greatest degree of confidentiality possible. Confidentiality is maintained on a need-to-know basis with respect to the college's obligations to investigate allegations of sexual misconduct and take the appropriate corrective action. Anyone making a report should be aware that all Lee College employees are mandatory reporters and are required to report to a Title IX coordinator any information of sexual misconduct brought to their attention.

The college has a designated individual to serve as the confidential employee to provide support in a secure environment in which questions can be asked, information provided, and guidance offered should the student wish to report the sexual misconduct to the college. Confidential Employees are not required to report any information about an incident of sexual misconduct to the Title IX coordinator without the student's written permission unless there is concern the individual will likely cause serious physical harm to self or others; or the information concerns conduct involving suspected abuse or neglect of a minor or elder. The following employee serves as the confidential employee for the college.

Contact Information

More information on Title IX and other sexual misconduct policies and procedures can be found online at, by email (, or by contacting a Title IX coordinator.

Amanda Summers — HR Director | 281.425.6533

Title IX Coordinator for Students
Rosemary Coffman — Associate Dean of Student Affairs | 281.425.6387