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Title IX

It is the policy of PCOM to comply with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, which prohibits discrimination (including sexual harassment and sexual violence) based on sex in the College’s educational programs and activities.

Title IX also prohibits retaliation for asserting or otherwise participating in claims of sex discrimination. PCOM has designated a Title IX Coordinator and Deputy Title IX Coordinators to coordinate PCOM’s compliance with and response to inquiries concerning Title IX. In addition to the grievance procedures outlined in the Sexual Misconduct (Title IX) Policy, a person may also file a complaint with the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights regarding an alleged violation of Title IX by visiting the Office of Civil Rights complaint forms page on the U.S. Department of Education website or calling 1-800-421-3481.

Sexual Misconduct/Title IX Hotline Number

The Sexual Misconduct/Title IX Hotline Number is 844-337-3613.

Online Complaint Form

Click here to access the PCOM Title IX online complaint form. This form can be submitted without the inclusion of the complaining person's name, if desired. This form is sent directly to the Title IX Coordinator.

You may also submit reports pertaining to potential violations of the PCOM Code of Conduct and institutional policies, including anti-discrimination, anti-sexual harassment and Title IX at

Title IX Coordinator

To ensure compliance with Title IX, the President of the College has designated a Title IX Coordinator who will:

  • Serve as a resource for students wishing to report any acts of sexual misconduct or gender-based discrimination, i.e. violations of Title IX.
  • Provide oversight for all Title IX complaints and identify patterns, issues or problems regarding those same complaints.
  • Review and support the informational initiatives enabling students, staff and faculty to fully understand sexual violence and sexual harassment as forms of sexual discrimination and further educate the community about College policy and procedures.

The College does not discriminate on the basis of sex in the operation of its education programs and activities, pursuant to its obligations to comply with Title IX and other applicable laws and regulations. If you believe you have experienced sexual misconduct or sexual harassment, you have the right to file a complaint with the College, the local police, or both. To file a complaint with the College, contact the College’s Title IX Coordinator or a Deputy Title IX Coordinator:

PCOM’s Title IX Coordinator:

Alina Torres-Zickler, MEd
PCOM Title IX Coordinator
Suite 144, Rowland Hall

Deputy Title IX Coordinators:

Rolf Dzirson
Director of Safety and Security
Lobby - PCOM Georgia, Old Peachtree building

Patience Mason
Chief Student Affairs Officer
Center for Student Affairs - PCOM Georgia, Old Peachtree building

Michael Lombardo
Executive Director, Student Affairs
Evans Hall, E108D

Justina Mason
Assistant Director of Student Affairs
Office 161A, PCOM South Georgia

Student Support

There are various supportive resources available for those who have experienced sexual misconduct. These support resources include:


PCOM is committed to creating and fostering a working and learning environment where all members of the community can thrive. To that end, PCOM provides students, faculty and staff with the knowledge and resources to contribute to a community free from discrimination and violence.