Sexual Violence & Misconduct

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Sexual Violence & Misconduct

In collaboration with the BCIT Student Association, Counselling and Student Development, and off-campus resource groups, BCIT has created a new sexual assault policy & procedure. It is important to the entire BCIT community to ensure all students, staff, and faculty are aware of not only this new policy, but more importantly the resources available to those who may have experienced sexual assault, in an effort to build a safe and supportive community for all of us.

For more information, please feel free to contact BCIT directly, or visit the website at For any emergencies related to sexual assault, please contact the RCMP by calling 911 or Campus Security 24 hours a day at 604.451.6856.

Contact Us

Please note that the Advocate does spend time at all of the BCIT satellite campuses and so cannot always accommodate drop-in appointments at the Burnaby campus. In order to ensure that you are receiving the assistance you need, please arrange for an appointment in advance.

To book an appointment with one of our Advocates, please contact:

Robyn Lougheed
BCIT Student Association Advocate
Phone: 604.456.1161
SE2 – Room # 303c (3rd floor)

Danielle Landeta-Gauthier
BCIT Student Association Advocate
Phone: 604.432.8279
SE2 – Room # 303b (3rd floor)

BCIT Sexual Violence & Misconduct Procedures & Response Policies

Policy Number Policy Subject
PR7103 Violence & Misconduct
PR7103-PR1 Accommodations for Students with Disabilities

Sexual Assault FAQ’s

What is sexual assault? Click Here
What is consent? Click Here
Get Help – If you have been sexually assaulted? Click Here
Give Support – Resources for friends, family, & the BCIT Community Click Here
What each of us can do to end sexual assault in our communities? Click Here
What are the BCIT policies relating to sexual assault? Click Here