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WE ARE HERE FOR YOU.

If you have been affected by abuse or harassment, or have witnessed it, Trident Technical College has dedicated resources to help. You do not have to deal with it alone, or feel uncomfortable or unsafe.

Title IX prohibits:

  • Gender discrimination
  • Sexual harassment
  • Sexual assault
  • Stalking
  • Intimate partner/relationship violence
  • Bullying and cyberbullying related to Title IX
  • Pregnancy-related accommodations discrimination

Providing a safe environment where students and employees can learn and work without fear of discrimination, sexual harassment, intimidation or retaliation is essential to Trident Technical College’s core set of values. The college has a team of caring and responsive individuals at every campus who make it their mission to help students and employees who have been discriminated against or victimized.

WE WILL LISTEN AND WE WILL ACT.

If you believe you have been a victim of discrimination on the basis of sex, sexual harassment or violence you are strongly encouraged to report the matter. You should:

Students and Employees should submit an Incident Report Form, all others should email the Title IX coordinators at titleix@tridenttech.edu.

Confidential Resources

DeVetta Hughes
Thornley Campus
Bldg. 940/Rm. 101L3
843-574-6199
Shavonne Martinez
Thornley Campus
Bldg. 300/Rm. 343
843-574-6793
Lori Hammons
Mount Pleasant Campus
Rm. 143 C
843-958-5812
Dick Latham
Thornley Campus
Bldg. 200/Rm. 162
843-574-6638
Yolanda Bland
Berkeley Campus
Rm. 111-A
843-899-8008
Dorchester Campus
843-899-8008
Carmella Gordon
Thornley Campus
Bldg. 200/Rm. 129
843-574-6031
Barbara Parler
Dorchester County
QuickJobs Training Center
843-574-2591
Nancy Hilburn
Thornley Campus
Bldg. 970/Rm. 105-G
843-574-6564
Tom Fitzmaurice
Thornley Campus
Bldg. 510/Rm. 160
843-574-6088
Daryl Milligan
Thornley Campus
Bldg. 200/Rm. 121
843-574-6354

 

 

 

 

BE THERE FOR SOMEONE ELSE.

Trident Technical College offers a tight-knit community where friendly support is readily available. Students, faculty and staff look out for one another. We ask you to do your part in strengthening our diverse and inclusive environment. Be kind and be involved. Include others. Smile. We all play a role in stopping discrimination and sexual harassment and violence.

Notice of Nondiscrimination

It is the policy of Trident Technical College that no discrimination on the grounds of sex, race, color, disability, religion, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, marital or family status, services in the uniformed services (as defined in state and federal law), veteran status, political opinions, genetic information, pregnancy, childbirth or related conditions, national origin or any other factor protected under applicable federal, state and local civil rights laws, rules and regulations (collectively referred to as “Protected Status”) will exist in any area of the college.

In compliance with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 and section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the American with Disabilities Act of 1990, Trident Technical College offers access and equal opportunity in its admission policies, academic programs and services, and employment to individuals with disabilities. No otherwise qualified person will be denied access or opportunity on the basis of a disability.

Evan Reich is the college’s Title IX Coordinator for employees and students, and his office is located on Trident Technical College’s Thornley Campus, Bldg. 410/Rm. 226C. He can be contacted by phone at 843-574-6368 and by email at titleIX@tridenttech.edu.

If you are a student and feel you have been discriminated against, contact Frank Morea at Trident Technical College, Bldg. 410, Ste. 210D, or 843-574-6134 or TTY 843-574-6351. Mr. Morea is the student coordinator for the college’s ADA, Section 504 (Rehabilitation Act), and Titles VI and VII (Civil Rights Act). Please contact him if you have questions or need information concerning the ADA, Section 504, Titles VI and VII, alternate communication methods, and services for students with disabilities.

For discrimination issues related to employment, DeVetta Hughes is the college's Affirmative Action/EEO EEP officer and can be reached at 843-574-6199.

Affirmative Action and Non-Discrimination Policy

TTC Counseling Services
Thornley Campus: 843-574-6131
Berkeley Campus: 843-899-8079
Palmer Campus: 843-722-5516
Dorchester Campus: 843-574-6700

Evan Reich
Assistant Vice President for Student Services
Title IX Coordinator
Thornley Campus, Bldg. 410/Rm. 226C
843-574-6368

Katy Hovis
Director of Administrative Support
Vice President’s Office
Division of Student Services
Deputy Title IX Coordinator
Thornley Campus, Bldg. 410/Rm. 220
843-574-6783

DeVetta Hughes
Associate AVP for Human Resources
HR Title IX Coordinator
Thornley Campus, Bldg. 940/Rm. 101L3
843-574-6199

Kris Skirving
Administrator Coordinator, President’s Office
Title IX Lead Investigator
Thornley Campus, Bldg. 900/Rm. 201
843-820-5040

Elliott DeMerell
Major Gifts Officer
Title IX Investigator
Thornley Campus Bldg. 900/Rm. 136
843-574-6807

Shavonne Martinez
Education Specialist
Title IX Investigator
Thornley Campus Bldg. 300/Rm. 343
843-574-6793

 

Public Safety
843-574-6052