Glen Oaks Community College is committed to a College culture that respects and values all students and employees and fosters understanding of gender identity within the College community. All students and employees will adhere to procedures established in connection with this policy to ensure a safe working and learning environment, free of discrimination and harassment.
All questions or concerns regarding the College’s Transgender Policy will be handled by the Assistant Dean of Students (for students, community members, and visitors) and the Director of Human Resources (for College employees):
Asst. Dean of Students
Director of Human Resources
Under the Family Education Right to Privacy Act (FERPA), only those College employees with a legitimate educational need may have access to a student’s records or the information contained within those records.
Complaints alleging discrimination or harassment based on a student’s actual or perceived gender identity or expression are to be taken seriously and handled in the same manner as other discrimination, bullying, or harassment complaints.
Approved by Board of Trustees: 2/9/2017.