All members of the University community have the right to be free from sex discrimination in the form of sexual harassment and unwanted sexual contact. Sex discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating violence, domestic/family violence, and stalking are prohibited by federal law, state law and University policy. The University is committed to appropriately addressing alleged acts of sexual harassment and sexual violence whether the behavior occurs on or off campus that impact students, faculty, staff, and visitors to the campus.
It is important to note the options for assistance following any incident of sexual harassment or sexual violence. These options are listed below. Please remember that in cases of sexual assault, whether or not an individual chooses to formally report an incident, receiving immediate medical attention and/or counseling is vital to the person’s overall health and wellness. Likewise, seeking immediate medical attention is vital to preserve evidence if an investigation is to follow.