American River College has implemented several initiatives to address and prevent incidents of sexual assault, relationship violence, and stalking at all of our campuses and centers.
Not Anymore Training
The Not Anymore training program familiarizes students and employees with Title IX and related topics, including sexual assault and harassment, relationship violence, stalking, consent, alcohol, verbal defense, and bystander intervention. All new students and employees must complete the Not Anymore training.
- Log into eServices.
- From your eServices dashboard, click Other Resources.
- Under Training, click Title IX Mandatory Training.
- Log into Employee Self-Service.
- From your dashboard, click Not Anymore Training.
- Click Title IX Mandatory Training.
Reporting and Resources Guide
The district's Sexual Assault: Reporting and Resources Guide describes how and to whom reports of sexual assault can be made. The guide includes on- and off-campus resources for people who report sexual assault as well as those who have been accused of sexual misconduct.
- Sexual Assault: Reporting and Resources Guide (PDF)
- Sexual Assault: Key Points at a Glance (PDF)
- Sexual Assault: Your Choices for Help (PDF)
Partnership with WEAVE
WEAVE is the primary provider of comprehensive domestic violence services for the Sacramento region. We partnered with WEAVE to designate a confidential advocate who spends five hours per week at each of our four main campuses.
The confidential advocate's primary role is to support people who report sexual assault. The confidential advocate also provides tailored education workshops for students and employees and assists in developing prevention and awareness programs.
Education and Prevention Program
In October 2016, each of our four colleges submitted recommendations and implementation strategies based on an in-depth analysis of its unique population needs and available resources. In addition, we reviewed effective sexual assault education campaigns and prevention programs in colleges and universities across the nation.
Through the development and implementation of this education and prevention program, we reaffirm our commitment to a safe learning and working environment free from sexual violence.
- Intent and Accountability for Equal Opportunity – Policy 2113 (PDF) / Regulation 2113 (PDF)
- Discrimination and Harassment Complaint Procedures – Policy 2423 (PDF) / Regulation 2423 (PDF)
- Sexual Harassment – Policy 2424 (PDF)
- Due Process – Policy 2442 (PDF) / Regulation 2442 (PDF)
- Standards of Conduct – Policy 2441 (PDF) / Regulation 2441 (PDF)
- Sexual Violence, Relationship Violence and Stalking – Policy 2541 (PDF)
- Intent and Accountability for Equal Opportunity – Policy 6111 (PDF)
- Discrimination and Harassment Complaint Procedures – Policy 6163 (PDF) / Regulation 6163 (PDF)
- Sexual Harassment – Policy 6161 (PDF)
- Just Causes for Discipline – Policy 6912 (PDF)
- Counseling Memo/Letter of Reprimand – Policy 6913 (PDF) / Regulation 6913 (PDF)
- Severe Disciplinary Action – Policy 6914 (PDF) / Regulation 6914 (PDF)
- Appeal Process – Policy 6915 (PDF)
- Campus Safety
- Health and Wellness Center
- Sexual Violence and Title IX
- Cafeteria and Food Services
- Beaver Food Pantry
- Smoke-Free Campuses