Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 is a comprehensive federal law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in any federally-funded education program or activity.

Title IX 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.” – United States Department of Education

The Title IX Coordinator has primary responsibility for the administration of the College’s Title IX Complaint and Grievance Process, which is available by clicking the link below. The Title IX Coordinator and the Deputy Coordinators work to resolve complaints of sexual misconduct, sexual harassment, and gender-related violence, including stalking and intimate partner violence involving students and/or employees at the College.

When a Formal Complaint is filed, the Title IX Coordinator and Deputy Coordinators will ensure a prompt and thorough investigation is completed, and a fair hearing will be provided.

Title IX Team

Cathryn L. Camp, Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs
Title IX Coordinator
Location: Largo Campus – Kent Hall | Room 121
Office: 301-546-0412
CampCL@pgcc.edu or TitleIX@pgcc.edu 

Geoffrey L. Colbert, M.S., Interim Dean of Student Success and Engagement
Deputy Title IX Coordinator
Location: Largo Campus – Lanham Hall | Room 101X
Office: 301-546-0725
ColbertGL@pgcc.edu or TitleIX@pgcc.edu 

Sheryl L. Nelson, MPA, PHR®, Facilitator, Professional and Organizational Development
Deputy Title IX Coordinator
Location: Largo Campus – Accokeek Hall | Room 323
Office: 301-546-0464
NelsonSL@pgcc.edu or TitleIX@pgcc.edu 

Title IX Team Training Materials - Updated April 2023

Title IX Complaint and Grievance Process


Title IX complaints may be filed with any of the above individuals or by clicking the following link and completing the form.

Title IX Complaint Form

All-Gender Restroom Locations

The following restrooms may be used by any person regardless of their gender identity or expression:

  • Accokeek Hall 200J and 200K.
  • Bladen Hall 132.
  • Center for Health Studies 1410 and 2412.
  • Center for Performing Arts 102.
  • Chesapeake Hall 100B.
  • Culinary Arts Center 124.
  • Lanham Hall 119.
  • Novak Field House 118.