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Letter from Coordinator


Every student, staff and faculty has the right to work and learn in a safe environment.  This includes an environment free from sex and gender discrimination, including sexual assault, relationship or intimate partner violence, stalking, sexual harassment, and/or other sexual misconduct.  All members of the campus community, including contracted employees, are expected to conduct themselves in a manner that does not infringe upon the rights of others.  


Knowing your options, rights and resources that can help will make this a better community for everyone.  I am here to help with the resources that are available.  Together, we are committed to preventing sexual harassment, sexual violence, and other forms of sexual misconduct on our campus.  


The Title IX Coordinator oversees compliance with all aspects of this policy and questions should be related directly to them.  If you would like to speak with someone confidentially about your reporting options or experience, please contact one of the following resources:



  1. Title IX Coordinator: 


Off- Campus

If you have an immediate health or safety concern please dial 9-1-1.

Sexual Assault Assistance Program of the Treasure Coast

              411 S. 2nd Street, Fort Pierce

              (772) 462-1306 or 1-866-828-7273


St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office Victim Assistance

4700 W. Midway Road, Fort Pierce


Office for Civil Rights (OCR)

Customer Service Hotline (800) 421- 3481



National Sexual Assault Telephone Hotline 800-656-4673 (HOPE) RAINN

Abuse Counseling and Treatment Center (ACT) 24 hour hotline 239-939-3112

Department of Education  (415) 486-5555


Incidents can also be reported using the Harassment/Discrimination Complaint form found on the last link in this website.


Jessica Rigal

Title IX Coordinator

Aviator College

Title IX Information

Aviator College of Aeronautical Science and Technology is a welcoming campus with students, staff, and faculty worldwide. This global community provides an opportunity to interact with and learn from individuals of different races, creeds, ages, genders, and orientations. The College's goal is that all individuals are treated with respect and given the same access to high-quality and equitable flight training and other support services.

Our approach to industry training also means that the College provides guidance and support in the training needs of individuals based on their career goals and the experience needed to succeed in aviation respective to their country or selected career path.

Aviator College's policy is that students from all walks of life feel supported and encouraged on their training journey. To assist students in engaging with others representing their career and personal interests, challenges, and opportunities, we support and encourage participation in the following on-campus organizations. However, students from all walks of life are welcome to participate to increase diversity in their personal and professional lives while increasing diversity awareness and sensitivity:

  • Aviation Fraternity Alpha ETA Rho

  • Women in Aviation chapter

  • Latino Pilots Association 

  • 99’s

  • EAA


The point of contact for all students who identify with an underrepresented or marginalized group is the Aviator College Title IX coordinator. The coordinator can be reached with any requests or concerns by emailing The director of education will address any concerns brought to the coordinator's attention to ensure that all student voices are heard. Student statements and reports submitted to the coordinator will be reviewed per the institutional improvement and assessment plan to ensure that the College maintains a campus where all students feel adequately supported and have equal access to necessary resources.


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