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Internal Resources

Title IX Coordinator: Christopher Moy at 240-567-5412 or

Office Location: Central Services Building, 900 Hungerford Drive, Suite 150, Rockville, MD  20850

Internal Confidential Reporting

For Students (contact a counselor directly):

  • Rockville Counseling Department
    240-567-5063 or 240-567-4104
  • Germantown Counseling Department
  • Takoma Park/Silver Spring Counseling Department

For Employees:
Office of the Ombuds

The College will assist Complainants who wish to report sexual misconduct to law enforcement authorities, including campus security. The Title IX Coordinator is available to assist a Complainant in reporting to campus security, or a Complainant may contact campus security directly:

  • Germantown Campus Safety and Security
    282 Science and Applied Sciences (SA) Building
  • Rockville Campus Safety and Security
    101 Counseling and Advising (CB) Building
  • Takoma Park/Silver Spring Safety and Security
    117 Charlene Nunley Student Services (ST) Building

Campus security will also assist Complainants in notifying other law enforcement authorities locally or in other jurisdictions, as appropriate.

External Resources

Resource for Employees
Faculty Staff Assistance Program
1-800-935-9551 (24-hour hotline)
1-800-855-288 TTY

American Association of Community Colleges Title IX Resource page

Community Resources for Students and Employees

  • Montgomery County Victim Assistance and Sexual Assault Program (VASAP)
    1301 Piccard Drive, Suite 4100
    Rockville, MD 20850
    240-777-4357 (24-hour crisis hotline)
    240-777-1347 TTY
    • VASAP Campus Liaisons:
    • Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus
    • Germantown Campus
    • Rockville Campus


In Montgomery County, the only facility equipped with the Maryland State Police sexual assault evidence collection kit (SAFE) and specially trained forensic nurses is:
     Shady Grove Adventist Hospital
     Forensic Medical Unit
     9901 Medical Center Drive
     Rockville, MD 20850

This is the best option to ensure preservation of evidence that may assist in proving that a criminal offense occurred or may be helpful in obtaining a protection order.

In addition, members of the College community may also report certain instances of sexual misconduct to applicable federal, state, or local government agencies responsible for enforcing laws prohibiting sexual harassment against students or employees. For more information please contact:
     U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights

     U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

     Maryland Commission on Civil Rights

     Montgomery County Office of Human Rights

     Compliance Section


Office of Compliance, Risk and Ethics Webinars. You will be required to log-in to MC Learns to view these webinars. Once logged into MC Learns, click on E-Course Catalog.

Alcohol, Sexual Assault and Sexual Violence Prevention
Faculty and Staff Online Conduct 
Transgender Students on Campus
  - will also fulfill the Multicultural and Diversity Training requirement


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