NCC Covid-19 Information
Students are asked not to return to campus until further notice. All courses that can be instructed remotely have been transitioned to this form of instruction. All campus operations, except essential services, are remote. NCC-sponsored and on-campus gatherings with plans of more than 50 individuals have been canceled or will be rescheduled.
Nassau Community College is dedicated to ensuring that all forms of Sex Discrimination, Sexual Harassment, Sexual Violence, Dating Violence, Domestic Violence and Stalking are corrected early and firmly in the interest of maintaining a safe and barrier-free working and learning environment. The College is committed to full compliance with Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, as well as to the requirements of Article 129-B of the New York State Education Law.
Whether you are a student or an employee, to learn how to bring a Complaint of Sexual Harassment or Sexual Violence, Dating Violence, Domestic Violence or Stalking with intent to sexually harass against another student, an employee or against a third party (i.e., College contractor or vendor), please review the College’s Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence Policy. All reports are to be made to the College’s Title IX Coordinator:
Title IX Coordinator:
Office Equity, Inclusion, Affirmative Action, ADA/504 Office
Tower Building, 8th Floor, Room 818
If you are a student, and need to file a complaint of Stalking of a non-sexual nature against another student, please review the College’s Student Code of Conduct and Contact the Dean of Students Office
Dean of Students:
College Center Building, Room 312
For a detailed explanation of where sexual harassment and sexual violence offenses may be reported, who at the College can provide you with full and complete confidentiality, and for a list of On-Campus and Off-Campus State and County Resources and agencies that can offer services and assistance, please review the College’s Sexual Violence Response Protocol as well as the following additional documents:
The following offices/individuals on Campus are confidential resources and are not required by law to disclose your discussions with them concerning acts of sexual assault or sexual violence to law enforcement authorities, nor to the College’s Title IX Coordinator without your consent, unless there is a health and/or safety emergency: