Submitting a Student Misconduct or BIT/CARE Report Online
The AVC-Advocate portal may be used to submit discipline incident reports and BIT/Care reports. If you are unsure which report to submit, feel free to select the report type that best describes the incident and the Vice President of Student Services office will assign the report to the appropriate area.
Faculty/staff may report issues relating to student misconduct, academic dishonesty, or students in crisis by logging in to AVC-Advocate and completing the online report form. To access your AVC-Advocate account you will need your MyAVC ID and password. When submitting a report through AVC-Advocate, employees will be able to search by student name or ID number. The first time you log in to AVC-Advocate you will be prompt to accept or reject the confidentiality agreement. This agreement states that you will adhere to all FERPA Laws in securing the privacy of the student's information. Please click "Accept". You are now ready to start your report.
If you experience a problem logging into AVC-Advocate, please contact the Vice President of Student Services Office at (661) 722-6303. You may also submit a report through the public online form below. Please note, employees will not be able to search by student name or ID number through the public form.
Submit a Report Online - Public (below)
The public online form can be used by anyone who would like to report a student misconduct or behavioral incident. When completing the public form below, please provide as much detailed information as possible. If you have questions relating to submitting a report or questions on the process, please call (661) 722-6303 for assistance. While this form does accept anonymous reports, please understand that our ability to review and respond to anonymous reports is limited.
Do not use this form to report an emergency or other urgent concerns. Call the Antelope Valley College Sheriff's Office at (661) 722-6399 or ext. 4444 from an AVC phone 24 hours a day to report any emergency or urgent concern.