Discrimination & Harassment Resources

Trinity College of Florida

All members of the TCF community have the right to make a report to the Coordinator directly, to be protected by TCF from retaliation for reporting an incident, and to receive assistance and resources from TCF.

TCF investigates complaints by administering an equal opportunity complaint procedure including investigating allegations of prohibited discrimination and harassment brought by students, faculty, and staff. TCF will resolve, both informally and formally, complaints of discrimination based on race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, disability, age, veteran status, or gender identity.

TCF encourages any person who has experienced or witnessed a bias incident, discrimination, or harassment to report the conduct to TCF and to utilize available support services.

Any allegation of misconduct will be taken seriously.

Support resources are available through Student Counseling Services.


Trinity College of Florida complies with the following:

Title IX

Trinity College of Florida Public Safety prepares the Annual Security Report to comply with the Campus Security Act of 1990, more commonly known as the The Clery Act.

The Annual Security Report includes several college policies related to campus safety, including:

Trinity College of Florida 2020 Campus Safety and Security Survey

Trinity College of Florida 2020 Campus Safety and Security Survey Completion Certificate

Trinity College of Florida Community Life Policies including Non-Discrimination Certification, Anti-Drug Abuse Act Certification, Sexual Harassment, Substance Abuse Policy, and Hazing.