KCC understands the importance of confidentiality when reporting discrimination, harassment and sexual misconduct. Complaints are submitted directly to the Title IX coordinator. KCC's Discrimination, Harassment, Misconduct complaint provides details about this process.
If you or someone else is in immediate danger, call 911.
Throughout the process, the college will follow its Administrative Procedures for Student Complaints and Grievances of Discrimination and Sexual Harassment.
If an issue is not resolved at the college level, you may file a complaint with the Illinois Board of Higher Education.
Confidential advisors are available
Through KC-CASA, confidential advisors are available 24/7/365 to victims who wish to remain anonymous when they report a crime that involves sexual violence. Anyone can call for any reason. Callers can say as little or as much as they wish. Caller ID is not used.
- Kankakee County: 815-932-3322
- Iroquois County: 815-432-0420
File a complaint
Complete the form below to file a complaint electronically. You can submit an anonymous complaint but KCC may be limited in how it can respond/investigate. If you provide contact information, you will receive a response within 12 hours of KCC's receipt of this form.
Alternately, you can file your complaint directly with Jose da Silva, Ph.D., Title IX coordinator and vice president for student development and success, (email@example.com, 815 802-8510) or David Cagle, affirmative action officer and director of Human Resources (firstname.lastname@example.org, 815 802-8128).
Individuals submitting this report may choose to provide his/her identity or may choose to report anonymously. The system will notify the user, before he/she enters information, that entering personally identifying information may serve as notice to the College for the purpose of triggering an investigation