Title IX: Awareness Programs

ACC takes great pride in facilitating events and presentations that support and empower students, employees, and community members who have been impacted by sex or gender-based discrimination or harassment.

Learn more about upcoming programs, find helpful resources, and watch the short video below for an overview of how the Equal Opportunity Compliance Office and partners at the college support the Riverbat community.

Upcoming Events

Thank you for a wonderful semester of programming, Riverbats!

The EOC is working on putting together programming for the 2024-2025 Academic Year so stay tuned for more. In the meantime, please browse content from this year’s programs.

Spring 2024 Programs

Resources and information about previous programming is linked below.

Consent Campaign

The Spring 2024 Consent Campaign showcased updated posters on campus. Please reach out to the EOC if you would like additional posters.

Healthy Relationships: Recognizing Toxic Behaviors

District Mental Health Counselors and Equal Opportunity Compliance staff facilitated a conversation highlighting behaviors in relationships that can be unhealthy, and even toxic.

Take Back the Night

Take Back the Night (TBTN) featured a keynote and exercises to practice mindfulness by Bri Liu from YWCA Greater Austin. The ACC Mental Health Counselors facilitated a Speak Out session that created a space of support and care.

Clothesline Project

Students at the Elgin and Eastview campuses participated in the Clothesline Project, decorating t-shirts to build a powerful visual display bringing awareness to sexual assault and domestic violence. Shirts decorated this year will be displayed in next year’s programs!

Other Resources

Information You Can Use Flyer (Strategies to reduce one’s risk of sexual assault, recognizing that only abusers are responsible for the abuse they perpetrate.)

Confidential mental health counseling for students

Employee Assistance Program (Short-term counseling or crisis intervention services)

Title IX Resources for Victims

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