Any person can file a complaint on campus, off campus, or online. For more information on the process after a report is filed, please see What Happens After I Report.
Anyone can report a concern about sexual harassment, sexual misconduct or gender discrimination that impacts a person at Bellevue College. Bellevue College offers multiple points of contact for Title IX concerns and reporting. The College will seek to protect the privacy of the complainant to the full extent possible; however, the only office that can guarantee confidentiality, except as mandated by Washington State Law, is the Counseling Center. All other employees, including student employees are required to report Title IX concerns.
If you want to discuss a concern and/or file a complaint, please contact:
Title IX Office
Office location: C227
Rachel Wellman, Compliance Title IX Coordinator
Jill Powell, Assistant Title IX Coordinator
Office location: B126
Frances Dujon, Vice-President of Human Resources
Counseling Confidential Reporting
Office location: B building, 2nd floor
Anyone can report a concern about sexual harassment, sexual misconduct or gender discrimination that impacts a person at Bellevue College. Whereas Bellevue College offers multiple points of contact for Title IX concerns and reporting, the following are off-campus options:
Bellevue Police Department
Bellevue City Hall
Police Lobby – 2nd Floor
Office for Civil Rights (OCR)
U.S. Department of Education
915 Second Avenue Room 3310
Seattle, WA 98174-1099
Washington State Human Rights Commission
711 S Capitol Way, Suite 402
Olympia, WA 98504-2490
Toll free: 800-233-3247
Any person (student, faculty, staff, or guest) who wishes to raise a concern or file a complaint can submit a report.
- To file a report about or against an employee or guest, please complete Human Resources’ Complaint Form for Staff.
- To file a report about or against a student, please complete the BC Student of Concern Team Referral Form.
Last Updated February 17, 2022