Student Conduct Resources for Faculty and Staff

File a report

Reports can be made at any time.

There may be instances where you may need to report behavior that may be concerning, disruptive, or involves student misconduct, including but not limited to sexual misconduct. In those instances, please utilize one of the report forms below to address your concern.

Maxient Incident Reporting Forms

Academic Dishonesty

Houston Community College requires all students to exhibit academic integrity in all their academic work. The principles of truth and honesty will be rigorously followed in all academic endeavors. A culture of academic integrity is built upon respect for others’ work, commitment to doing one’s own work, and intolerance for academic dishonesty in all its forms. It is important to report all academic integrity incidents in an effort to track repeat offenders. Repeat offenses may be subject to disciplinary sanctions imposed by the Dean of Student Success.

Click here for more information regarding the Student Handbook and Student Code of Conduct

Academic Dishonesty form 



Student Conduct

Students shall not engage in disruptive activities while on the college campus or property. While it is impossible to compile a complete list of disruptive behavior, any form of conduct by an individual or group of students that interferes with or inhibits the educational opportunities of another student is considered a disruption.

Click here for more information regarding the Student Code of Conduct

Student Conduct form


Concerning Student Behavior

Houston Community College is dedicated to the health, safety, and well-being of our college community. We encourage faculty, staff, and students to report matters regarding student behavior that is concerning in nature or is perceived as concerning and/or threatening to self or others.

Click here for more information regarding the Student Handbook and Student Code of Conduct

The BITAT Concerning Student Behavior form


Title IX

This form is used to report incident(s) of sexual harassment, sexual assault, sexual misconduct, interpersonal violence (including dating and domestic violence), stalking, sex discrimination (including discrimination on the basis of gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation), as well as discrimination based on race, color, age (40 years or older), religion, national origin, disability, Veteran status or retaliation for reporting a concern, filing a complaint, or cooperating in an investigation of a complaint.

Furthermore, as members of the HCC College District community, all employees (full-time and part-time), except those designated as "Confidential Employees" are legally required to report behaviors that potentially constitute sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating violence, or stalking. Any employee who becomes aware of such behaviors should utilize this form to notify the Office of Institutional Equity-Title IX Coordinator.

Report incidents here

Get more information regarding the Student Handbook and Student Code of Conduct here.



Student Conduct and Academic Integrity

Mission Statement

The mission of the Office of Student Conduct and Academic Integrity is to maintain social discipline through establishing guidelines that facilitate a just and civil campus community and outline an educational process for determining student or organization responsibility for alleged violations of college policies, procedures, and regulations.


Our Philosophy

We follow established procedures to ensure fairness and educational experience that develops an individual student or organization. Through the conduct process we attempt to utilize experiences that assist individuals to think, evaluate and become accountable for personal choices and behavior, and when necessary redirect undesired behavior into acceptable patterns to ensure the rights of the college community.

Student Conduct & Academic Integrity

Sonya Splane, Ed.S, M.Ed.
Manager of Student Conduct & Integrity
Phone:  713.718.8069

Osvaldo Gomez, MSW
Director EEO/Compliance
3100 Main Street, Suite 700
Houston, TX 77002

For questions relating to any of the previous reports please contact Dr. Sonya Splane