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Laredo College is committed to creating a safe, supportive learning and working environment for all members of the campus community. Campus safety is our top priority, and we take all reports of misconduct seriously to protect everyones' health and well-being.


The College depends on college community members to identify and report behaviors of concern so that the College can provide distressed students and employees with appropriate support services and resources. We are all responsible for campus safety. If you see something, say and do something about it - report any concerning behavior and suspicious activity using the forms below.

Report Alleged Sexual Misconduct - Title IX

FFDA — Freedom from Discrimination, Harassment, and Retaliation: Sex and Sexual Violence - This policy addresses complaints of sex discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking, and retaliation targeting students. To learn more about Laredo's reporting options and resources for sexual misconduct, please visit our Title IX website. Both students and employees can report sexual misconduct using the form below. 


Report Alleged Unlawful Harassment, Discrimination or Retaliation - Title IX

Unlawful harassment and discrimination is behavior based on someone's affiliation with a protected class that is so pervasive, persistent, or severe that it would prevent a reasonable person from taking advantage of the educational or employment opportunities Laredo College has to offer. FFDB — Freedom from Discrimination, Harassment, and Retaliation: Other Protected Characteristics - This policy addresses complaints of discrimination, harassment, and retaliation based on race, color, national origin, religion, age, pregnancy, or  disability targeting students. Laredo College prohibits retaliation against individuals who make a report or who participate in investigations of unlawful discrimination or harassment, any attempt to harass or intimidate individuals who participated in an investigation constitutes a violation of College policy and could result in disciplinary action. Both student and employees can report harassment, discrimination, and retaliation by using the form below.


Report Alleged Disruptive Behavior - Student Conduct

Disruptive behavior is conduct that inhibits a faculty member's ability to conduct class or limits another student's ability to fully access the educational benefits Laredo College has to offer. Disruptive behavior occur inside or outside of a classroom setting. Examples of disruptive behavior include prohibited use of electronics (like a phone) during class, persistently interrupting instructors or other students during class, excessively aggressive or violent behavior towards another member of the Laredo community, or physical altercations. For more information about disruptive behavior, click to review FLB — Student Rights and Responsibilities: Student Conduct policy. Both students and employees can report disruptive behavior.


Report Alleged Scholastic Dishonesty - Student Conduct

Our college upholds the highest standards of academic integrity. For more information about scholastic dishonesty click and review FLB — Student Rights and Responsibilities: Student Conduct policy. If you encounter or suspect any form of scholastic dishonesty, including plagiarism, cheating, or fabrication, please report it through this page by clicking on the link below. We treat every report with utmost seriousness to ensure fairness and uphold our academic principles. Your report contributes to preserving the integrity of our academic community. Both instructors and students may complete the form below to report scholastic dishonesty.


BIT - Report a Student of Concern

The Laredo College is committed to improving campus safety and security by proactively and collaboratively identifying, assessing, and managing student situations that pose, or may reasonably pose, a threat to the safety and well-being of the College community or any of its members.  As part of the Laredo College community we all play active roles (listener, friend, mentor, authority) that are significant to a student’s social and cognitive development.   If you are experiencing interactions with a student who is showing signs of concern or is acting out of character please reach out to the BIT Team by clicking on the link below.


Early Alert Program

The Early Alert Program is a collaborative effort between faculty, staff and students to help students get back on track academically. Our goal is to promote academic success by connecting students to resources and to improve students motivation.

When a faculty or staff member refers a student for Early Alert Program, the student will be contacted by a Counselor who will connect with the student via a phone call and/or email, discuss any issues going on, and share resources available to the student.


Basic Needs Resource Referral - Palomino Pantry

Laredo College has basic needs resources to support students who are experiencing food, hygiene or transportation barriers. Students, faculty and staff can complete the form below to connect students with our Basic Needs Coordinator for support.


Short-Term Accommodations

Temporary impairments such as broken bones, temporary illnesses, concussions and recovery from surgery are generally not regarded as disabilities, as the degree of functional limitation and the duration of such impairments are typically not substantial enough to cause the temporary condition to be considered a disability.

Students may be approved to receive temporary accommodations through Disability Services. Temporary accommodations do not exceed one semester and are usually implemented to provide student access to classrooms, course resources, and/or other student campus services.  

Missing a few classes or deadlines because of acute illness, such as the flu, bronchitis and strep throat does not require formal accommodation and we encourage you to work directly with your professors to get back on track. We are, however, always here to consult or support you in your medical and/or academic recovery.


Student Complaint/Grievance

The primary goal of the Student Grievance Process is to produce a mutually acceptable solution to a student's complaint as soon as possible. When students believe Laredo College is not meeting its responsibilities under the law or our own policies and procedures, they are encouraged to know and work with us to resolve the issues. The College District has designated resources to help maintain our professional standards across campus and to provide appropriate responses to complaints and concerns. The College District encourages students to discuss their concerns with the appropriate faculty member or other campus administrator who has the authority to address the concerns. For more information about students complaints click and review FLD — Student Rights and Responsibilities: Student Complaints policy. If the concern is not addressed, then students are referred to submit a formal complaint.