Kapi‘olani Community College Title IX Disclosure Sylabus Statement
Policy on email communications:
Statement on Student Responsibilities:
Extended time in a minimal distraction environment is an appropriate
accommodation based on a student's disability.
If you are a student with a documented disability and have not voluntarily disclosed the nature of your disability so that we may coordinate the accommodations you need, you are invited to contact the Disability Support Services Office (DSSO) in ‘Ilima 107, ph.734-9552, or email email@example.com for assistance. For students whose primary disability is Deaf or hard of hearing, contact the KapCC Deaf Center in Manono 111C, ph. 734-9210 (V), 447-1379 (videophone), or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: you will need to contact Kapi’olani CC’s DSSO or Deaf Center to request accommodations in a Kapi’olani CC course even if you’ve already registered or are receiving services at another UH campus’s disability support program.
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Kapi'olani Community College Title IX Disclosure
Kapi'olani Community College (KCC) faculty are committed to supporting our students and upholding gender equity laws as outlined by Title IX. To know more about Title IX please visit KCC's Title IX Website: http://tinyurl.com/titleixkapcc.
Reporting: If a student chooses to confide in a faculty member or if a faculty member observes an incident regarding an issue of sexual violence, sexual harassment, domestic and intimate partner violence, stalking, gender-based discrimination, and gender-based bullying and hazing, faculty are required by federal law to report these issues to KCC's Title IX Coordinator, Dr. BrendaIvelisse - (808)734-9522, email@example.com, 'Ilima 205.
Confidentiality: If a student does not wish to formally report an incident to a faculty member, but wishes to speak to someone confidentially about any of the behaviors listed above, the student can speak to the confidential space counselors on campus: Dr. Sharoh Moore, Wellness Counselor - (808) 734-9450, firstname.lastname@example.org, 'Iliahi 113 or Cathy Wehrman, Student Parent Program Coordinator - (808) 734-9504, email@example.com, 'Iliahi 201 or Brooke Conway, Student Parent Program Counselor at 808-734-9503,firstname.lastname@example.org, 'Iliahi 201.
Filing a complaint: If you have experienced or observed discrimination or harassment you may make a formal complaint by contacting the Title IX Coordinator, Dr. Brenda Ivelisse at (808) 734-9522. You may also report concerns online at http://tinyurl.com/KCCconcern or contact KCC security at 734-9900.
The electronic communications policy adopted in December 2005
establishes the University of Hawai'i Internet service as an official
medium for communication among students, faculty, and staff. Every
member of the system has a hawaii.edu address, and the associated
username and password provide access to essential Web announcements
and email. You are hereby informed of the need to regularly log
in to UH email and Web services for announcements and personal
mail. Failing to do so will mean missing critical information
from academic and program advisors, instructors, registration
and business office staff, classmates, student organizations,
In instructional activities, students are responsible for meeting
all of the instructor's attendance and assignment requirements.
Failure to do so may affect their final grade. In all college-related
activities, including instruction, they must abide by the college's
codes and regulations, refraining from behavior that interferes
with the rights and safety of others in the learning environment.
Finally, if they decide to file a grievance, they are fully rsponsible
for providing proof that they have been wronged.
method of evaluation is used, it is understood that the instructor
reserves the right to make necessary and reasonable adjustments
to the evaluation policies.