Title IX Resources

Learn about Title IX resources for students and employees.

Campus Emergency

In Case of Emergency
Dial 9-1-1, or use a campus "Code Blue" emergency phone located throughout the campus grounds. Send a text to 9-1-1 if you are unable to make a phone call.


Law Enforcement

Law Enforcement
El Camino College Police Department  310-660-3100
Los Angeles County Sheriff 323-820-6700
Torrance Police Department   310-328-3456
Gardena Police Department   310-323-7911
Long Beach Police Department  562-435-6711

Campus Resources

Campus Resources
Student Health Services ECCStudentHealth@elcamino.edu

Warrior Safety Network (WSN) Team (formerly AIMS)
(Behavioral  intervention and campus threat assessment)

Title IX Coordinator TitleIXCoordinator@elcamino.edu


Athletics & Good Standing Institutional Disclosure Form

Athletics & Good Standing Institutional Disclosure Form
Current students or alumni should initiate this form if your current institution is requesting to check your student records as a Prospective Athlete and/or you need a Good Disciplinary Standing report. You will complete the first section and the form will route to the appropriate division(s) on campus (Title IX, Diversity, and Inclusion and/or Student Development Office). You will receive a copy once the process is complete (ensure you enter your email correct). You must then send that copy to your requesting institution (it will not be sent on your behalf). 
Click here to launch the Institutional Disclosure Form  Questions about this form can be sent to nstreicker@elcamino.edu

Pregnant and Parenting Students

Resources for Pregnant and Parenting Students
The Office of Title IX, Diversity, and Inclusion is a resource on campus for pregnant and/or parenting students who have questions about their rights, reporting a violation of rights, or who need assistance with requesting accommodations.

Pregnant and parenting students are granted specific rights and protections through Title IX. 

Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (“Title IX”), 20 U.S.C. §1681 et seq., is a Federal civil rights law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex—including pregnancy and parental status—in educational programs and activities.

Know Your Rights: Pregnant or Parenting? Title IX Protects You from Discrimination at School

Lactation Rooms at El Camino College

  • Student Services (SS), 2nd Floor - Room 288
  • Behavioral and Social Sciences (BSS), 1st Floor - Room 117
  • Arts Complex (AC), 1st Floor - Room 122
    Arts Complex (AC), 2nd Floor - Room 229
ECC Lactation Room Details [in progress]

El Camino College Pregnant and Parenting Student Resources Website

Pregnant and Parenting Student Success

El Camino College partnership with FamilyU. 
This comprehensive assistance program is led by Generation Hope, an organization dedicated to ensuring all student parents have opportunities to succeed and experience economic mobility. 
The program aims to help students meet academic goals and graduate by offering guidance to parenting students through two years of mentoring and support.


Sexual Assault Hotlines

Sexual Assault Hotlines
East Los Angeles Women’s Center Rape & Battering Hotline*^ 800-585-6231
National Sexual Assault Online Hotline^ https://ohl.rainn.org/online/
National Sexual Assault Hotline 1-800-656-HOPE (4673)
National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline^ 1-866-331-9474
Peace Over Violence* Central Los Angeles  213-626-3393 
Peace Over Violence* South Los Angeles 310-392-8381
Rape Treatment Center  424-259-7208 
Violence Intervention Program (Sexual Assault)  323-221-4134
YWCA Sexual Assault Crisis Services*^   877-943-5778
* available in Spanish / ^ available 24 hours a day

File a Complaint

If the incident involves El Camino College faculty or staff, you can file a complaint with the El Camino Title IX Coordinator at 310-660-3813 or via email at TitleIXCoordinator@elcamino.edu.