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Report It

Report It

Butte College is committed to creating a safe, supportive learning and working environment for all members of the campus community.

Below are links to report discrimination and bias, concerning student behavior, conduct and academic dishonesty violations, Title IX discrimination, and general concerns and complaints.

Butte College is committed  to an environment that cares, supports, and acknowledges the many intersecting identities our students represent. If you are a student that has been the target of a bias incident, or have witnessed a bias incident, please consider filing a report to start the process.


Please use this link to refer a student who needs additional campus or community services. Service referrals may include  food and housing resources, academic and tutoring support, Disabled Student Services & Programs (DSPS), mental or physical health resources, or other campus departments designed to support students.  

If you need to report a student that is displaying concerning or worrisome behavior, please complete the Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) report.

If you are a student requesting basic needs support, please complete the Basic Needs Assessment Form.


Please use this link to report a violation of the Standards of Student Conduct that include, but are not limited to, forgery, physical abuse, property theft or damage, unlawful possession, or under the influence of drugs or alcohol, committing or attempting to commit robbery or extortion.  Please see AP 5500 for a complete list of student conduct that constitutes good cause for discipline, including but not limited to the removal or suspension of a student.  The Vice President for Student Services or representative will determine the appropriate disciplinary response.


Please use this link if you are instructional faculty reporting academic dishonesty in your course, such as cheating and plagiarism.  Academic dishonesty is a violation of the Standards of Student Conduct, and the Dean of Students or representative will determine the appropriate disciplinary response.


Please use this link to report incidents of sex or gender discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating or domestic violence, stalking, sexual exploitation, or any other misconduct subject to AP 3400. If you have experienced retaliation for participating (or choosing not to participate) in a procedure pursuant to Title IX, you may also report that here.

You can expect the Title IX Coordinator to contact you for further details, however reporting an incident does not obligate you to participate in a Title IX proceeding.  The Title IX Coordinator will discuss options with Complainants and provide supportive measures.  Please see the Title IX website for more information. 

For confidential support without reporting, please contact Safe Place.

Please note that employees of the District are required to report incidents subject to Title IX to the Title IX Coordinator.  Using this reporting link meets this obligation.


The Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) is a multi-disciplinary group that helps detect early indicators of potential disruptive conduct, self-harm, and violence to others. The team uses an established protocol to support the campus community including students and employees. When a BIT gets a report of problematic or concerning behavior, the team determines the best way to support, intervene, and respond. The team then deploys its plan and coordinates follow-up, supportive measures.

Submit a Report

Please use this link to report a concern, complaint, or comment regarding your experience at Butte College.


Please use this form to share your appreciation for a faculty or staff, program or service, or overall experience at Butte College!

Appreciation Form

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