Title IX Reporting


 Who can file a Complaint? Any person who has witnessed or experienced gender discrimination, sexual harassment, or sexual assault can file a complaint. Graduate America College takes every report seriously, investigates the complaint, and works to protect the complainant and quickly find a resolution. 

How To File a Complaint 

There are several ways to file a complaint depending on which agency you would like to submit the report to. Often, the differing agencies will cooperatively work to investigate and resolve the situation. Contact one or more of the following with your complaint: 

Graduate America
Tami Ngo, Director (972) 530-1103 | 
[email protected] 

Yary Carrillo, Administrator 
(972) 530-1103 | [email protected] 

Garland Police Office 
1891 Forest Lane 
Garland, TX 75042 
(972) 485-4840 | EMERGENCY: dial 911 

What happens after you file a complaint? 

An investigation plan is put into immediate action once you file a complaint. This may or may not include the following: Interview with the reporter Interview with the witness(es) Interview with the perpetrator Hearing Reported resolution ​ 

Privacy and Confidentiality 

The Graduate America College team will work to ensure your privacy and confidentiality are maintained as governed by the law. 
Title IX law states that the college is to take immediate action when a complaint is made into both an investigation of the case as well as to protect the complainant. The Graduate America College team will meet with each individual to determine necessary protective steps needed. 


Remaining Anonymous 

It can often feel uncomfortable to submit your name on a report or file a complaint. Graduate America College works to maintain confidentiality and privacy in all Title IX reports and to protect the complainant and/or reporter. Although there are degrees in which Graduate America College can maintain the anonymity of one's name, it is important to provide contact information when reporting so that an immediate and thorough investigation of the incident may occur. 

Unsure that resolution will take place 

It is common to fear filing a complaint because of the concern that no action or resolution will take place. However, the law requires the college to take immediate action and see the case through to resolution. 

Safety for attending class, program activity, or scheduled work 

When reporting a Title IX incident fear of returning to the location or seeing the perpetrator again can cause fear and anxiety. It is the law and commitment of the college to create a safe environment and to take necessary actions to ensure that each person has access to education and the workplace. 


It is not unusual to wonder what actions the perpetrator may take once they have learned a complaint has been filed against them. According to Title IX law, it is illegal for a person to retaliate in any form due to a reported and filed complaint. If retaliation takes place, it is the college's responsibility to take immediate action to stop the action(s).