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All members of the University community share a responsibility to create and maintain an academic and work environment which promotes the respect, safety, and dignity of each person.
The University prohibits sex and gender discrimination and sexual misconduct in any form.
Title IX process) because of the person’s participation in that protected activity.
Retaliation can occur against the alleged victim by the accused or by the accused’s friends or acquaintances.
This policy prohibits all forms of sexual misconduct.
What follows is a description and examples of the wide range of behaviors that fall under the term “sexual misconduct.” Sexual misconduct offenses that are prohibited include, but are not limited to: Sexual harassment is unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature, including unwelcome sexual advances, request for sexual favors, and other verbal, nonverbal, graphic, or physical conduct of a sexual nature when: 3.1.2 Such conduct is sufficiently severe, persistent or pervasive, and objectively offensive to a reasonable person that it interferes with, denies or limits a person’s ability to participate in or benefit from the University education or work programs or activities (hostile environment); or 3.1.3 Is based on power differentials.
Criminal, civil, and University disciplinary processes may be available to any University member with a complaint and enforced against a person found to have engaged in the prohibited behavior.
In addition, the University provides periodic education to students and employees regarding this policy through the following offices: This policy applies to sexual misconduct that is committed by students, faculty, staff, or third parties, whenever the misconduct occurs: 2.0.1 On University property: This includes geographic confines of the University, including land, institutional roads and buildings, its leased premises, common areas at leased premises, the property, facilities and leased premises of organizations affiliated with the University, such as University housing, and university-recognized housing; or 2.0.2 Off University property, if the conduct: Occurs during University-sponsored events (e.g.
field trips, social functions, including student organizations events, University-related travel, study abroad program, student recruitment activities, and service learning/internship experiences).
3.1.5 Some examples of prohibited sexual harassment include: 3.1.6 Whether sexual harassment is sufficiently severe, persistent or pervasive to violate the University’s Sexual Misconduct Policy may depend on multiple factors.
Not all inappropriate or unwanted sexual conduct is sexual harassment.