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South Plains College is committed to maintaining a positive learning, working and living environment and will not tolerate acts of sexual harassment or sexual violence or related retaliation against or by any employee or student. When sexual harassment or sexual violence has occurred and is brought to the attention of a Title IX official, SPC will take steps to end the harassment or violence, prevent its re-occurrence and address its effects. For more information, view the sexual harassment policy on the SPC website.

 For more information, or to file a complaint, contact one of SPC’s Title IX officials.

                    Dr. Stan DeMerritt                                                         Jeri Ann Dewbre

        Vice President for Student Affairs                                     Director of Human Resources                          

      Student Services Building - Levelland                             Administration Building - Levelland

                   (806) 716-2360                                                              (806) 716-2111

 Complaints or reports may also be filed online using this link 

Victim’s Assistance personnel, located in the SPC Health & Wellness Centers (716-2529) can provide confidential services without filing a report or provide assistance in making reports to law enforcement and the Title IX officer. A complete description of SPC’s student grievance procedures can be found in the Student Guide










Not Alone

"Perhaps most important, we need to keep saying to anyone out there who has ever been assaulted: you are not alone. We have your back. I’ve got your back."President Barack Obama, January 22, 2014