Social Media Posting
WGTC welcomes participation on our Facebook pages and encourages students to interact with us often. Please refer to the WGTC Social Media Policy.
For aggrieved issues involving students, staff, or faculty:
- 1st – Try to resolve the issue informally by following the steps outlined in the Student Grievance Process.
- 2nd – If informal attempt is unsuccessful, complete a Formal Grievance Form.
To report accidents, crime, or property/vehicle damage, contact the WGTC Campus Police Department.
The KnightCARE team responds to concerns about student safety, mental health, addiction, domestic violence or other related issues. Use this form to share your concern about a student, faculty or staff member if the concern involves:
- Dangerous or threatening behaviors
- Disruptive or disturbing behaviors
- Addiction or substance use
- Suicide risk or self-harming behaviors
- Domestic violence
- Other concerns.
Student Code of Conduct Complaint
WGTC students assume an obligation to act in a manner, both academically and non-academically, that is compatible with the College’s mission. If you see students acting in a way that violates this standard, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Code of Conduct Video
WGTC students assume an obligation to act in a manner compatible with the fulfillment of our mission to support student success and provide an atmosphere conducive to growth. View the video below to learn more about the Student Code of Conduct. If the video doesn’t load, you can view it here.
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What is Title IX?
Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972 is a federal law that states, “No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.” Learn more about Title IX.