Black Hawk College promptly and thoroughly investigates and resolves complaints alleging sex discrimination, sexual harassment and sexual violence. Reports may be filed by directly contacting confidential or non-confidential resources or by completing and submitting the complaint report to the Vice President for Instruction and Student Services.
Black Hawk College strictly prohibits any acts of sexual misconduct (including sexual violence and/or harassment) to any member of the student body, faculty, staff, administration or visitors to campus.
Black Hawk College will maintain confidentiality as long as it does not interfere with the college’s legal obligation or ability to investigate allegations of misconduct.
- Sexual misconduct violations can be reported confidentially to college counselors.
- Other college employees are mandatory reporters, which means they MUST report alleged sexual misconduct.
BHC Campus Police 24-Hour Emergency
Quad-Cities Campus (Building 3, Room 315)
East Campus (Building 1, Room 100)
Off-campus emergency – Dial 911
BHC Title IX District Coordinator
Jana Koch, Director of Student Life & Engagement
Confidential resources will not disclose information about incidents of sexual misconduct to anyone – including law enforcement or the college – except in very limited situations, such as when failure to disclose the information would result in imminent danger to the individual or to others.
BHC Counseling Services
Wendy Bock, Counselor
SafePath Survivor Resources of Family Resources
24-hour crisis line 309-797-1777
Concerned about a possible violation and are uncomfortable raising it through normal channels? Use the anonymous reporting line, Black Hawk College’s anonymous reporting service. Information will be relayed to the appropriate college official to investigate your concern. Knowingly making false reports can lead to discipline.
A student who has a complaint should work with the individual who the complaint is against. If that person is not available or the student is uncomfortable working with that individual, the student should discuss the complaint with a BHC employee who can direct the student to the proper individual. The student may also contact a Director, Dean, Vice President, Executive Director or the Title IX Coordinator for assistance. A student wishing to file a complaint without speaking to a person may do so by completing the Black Hawk College website contact form. If the specific concern has not been resolved in an expeditious and fair manner at BHC, the student may file a complaint with the Illinois Community College Board or out-of-state online students may also file a complaint in the state which he or she resides.
No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance. Legal Citation: Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, and its implementing regulation at 34 C.F.R. Part 106 (Title IX). Direct inquiries to the Title IX Coordinator, Black Hawk College, Building 1, First Stop Center, 6600 34th Avenue, Moline, IL 61265. The Title IX coordinator can be contacted at 309-796-5006.