The Name Change Policy provides instructions for how to change your name on BC email, on your diploma and in the graduation program.
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Creating and sustaining a safe, inclusive environment requires everyone’s help and commitment. While employees are required to report according to college policy, the more significant impact of reporting is that individuals are offered other support measures that are often critical to their ability to be successful on campus. Any person can file a report on ...more about File a Report
Anyone can help. There are several ways a friend can help a survivor: Offer comfort by serving as a great listener during this time of healing. Be supportive by attending the clinic, hospital, administrator’s office or counseling center with your friend. Remind the person that they are not at fault and that it is natural to feel ...more about Help a Friend
It's Your Decision. The decision to file a protection order can be a hard for many in volatile and unsafe situations. Luckily, there are support groups available to help with such things as understanding the legal process, how to prepare paperwork, and the qualifications for obtaining an order. King County offers a domestic violence advocacy program ...more about Obtain a Protection Order
Evidence collected from a sexual assault can be a powerful tool in a criminal prosecution, if the victim chooses to file a police report. While evidence can be collected and preserved via medical examinations, victims can take steps to preserve evidence as well. For more specific information, please see our Forensics, Rape Kits, Medical Information page. Medical ...more about Preserve Evidence
There are a number rights and privileges afforded to those involved in a Title IX process regardless of their role as complainant, respondent, or witness. Any of the following measures are at the discretion of the Title IX Office and, in the case of an employee, in conjunction with Human Resources. Supportive Measures Supportive measures ...more about Supportive Measures, Interim Measures, and Remedies