If you are experiencing an emergency or believe you are in danger, call 911 or go to Campus Police Office.
Reporting an Incident
Laredo College encourages individuals to seek assistance for incidents involving gender-based harassment, sexual harassment, sexual assault, domestic and dating violence, stalking, or other actions prohibited by Title IX. Laredo College provides a variety of options available to an individual, so that each person may choose a path for response best suited to their particular situation. Laredo College’s procedures are intended to protect the rights of the complaining party (“the complainant”), the accused (“the respondent”), and the community.
Any allegation of sexual or related misconduct, including gender-based harassment, sexual harassment, sexual assault, domestic and dating violence, stalking, sexual exploitation, or other or other actions prohibited by Title IX brought against a Laredo College student, staff, or faculty member will be taken seriously.
At Laredo College students, faculty, and staff can make a report in a variety of ways:
Reports Against Faculty or Staff
Stop!t - Anonymous Reporting
We have adopted STOP!T, a third party reporting platform. A STOP!T report can be made without disclosing the reporting person’s own name, identifying of the respondent, or requesting action. However, if the reporter provides limited information, Laredo College may be limited in its ability to take action.
Download STOP!T for free from iTunes or Google Play. Access code through PASPORT to submit a report.
Click here to start reporting.
Reports In Person
Students may visit the Office of Title IX at the Fort McIntosh Campus in the Kazen Student Center Room 208, Raquel A. Peña, Title IX Coordinator.
Employees may visit the Office of Human Resources (P154) at the Fort McIntosh Campus, Veronica G. Cardenas, Title IX Coordinator.
Reports by Phone
Students may call the Office of Title IX at (956) 794-4988
Employees may call the Office of Human Resources at (956) 721-5138