52 Where to File a Complaint A student, faculty, staff, or guest may file complaints with the Primary Officer / Human Resources Director or the Retention Support Programs Director. The Primary Officer is designated as the Title IX Coordinator. They will explain the TMCC administrative procedures for responding to complaints of sexual violence. Human Resources Office 7000 Dandini Blvd. Library 203B Reno, NV 89512 Telephone: 775-674-7654 Fax: 775-674-7560 Retention Support Programs 7000 Dandini Blvd. RDMT 325 Reno, NV 89512 Telephone: 775-674-7997 Fax: 775-673-7207 Student Conduct When the accused is a student, the matter is referred to the Vice President of Student Services (Student Conduct) for possible disciplinary action. The Student Conduct Officer informs both the victim and the accused of its discipline procedures. If the matter proceeds to a hearing, a College hearing officer will be appointed. If a formal student disciplinary hearing is held, both the alleged victim and the accused have the same rights to be present at the hearing, and both have the same right to be accompanied by an advisor at any stage of the process. Both will be simultaneously informed of the outcome of any disciplinary proceeding, the procedures for appealing the results of the disciplinary proceeding, of any change to the results that occurs before the results become final and when such results become final. If the incident involved an alleged crime of violence or an alleged sex offense, both the victim and the accused student are notified of the final decision in the disciplinary proceeding and any sanctions imposed. The rules for student disciplinary procedures are outlined in the Board of Regents Handbook, Title 2, Chapter 10. Possible sanctions for being found responsible: Expulsion Deferred Suspension Suspension Withholding of a Degree Discretionary and Educational Sanctions Loss of Privileges Probation Restitution Reprimand Warning Exclusion from Facilities No Contact Order Faculty and Staff Conduct TMCC staff or faculty members may be subject to disciplinary action under applicable personnel policies or collective bargaining agreements. For more information about the administrative process NSHE uses to handle cases of sexual violence or any personnel violation review the rules for disciplinary procedures for NSHE personnel: Administrative & Academic Faculty The following sanctions are applicable to faculty of the Nevada System of Higher Education for conduct prohibited by Section 6.2 of the Nevada System of Higher Education Code. Depending on the seriousness of the misconduct, these sanctions may be imposed in any order. Warning: Notice, oral or written, that continuation or repetition of prohibited conduct may be the cause for more severe disciplinary action. Reprimand: A formal censure or severe reproof administered in writing to a person engaging in prohibited conduct. Restitution: The requirement to reimburse the legal owners for a loss due to defacement, damage, fraud, theft or misappropriation of property. The failure to make restitution shall be the cause for more severe disciplinary action. Reduction in Pay: A reduction in pay may be imposed at any time during the term of an employment contract upon compliance with the procedures established in this chapter.