4.3 Sexual Misconduct and Complaint Resolution

The University’s Sexual Misconduct Policy prohibits sexual misconduct regardless of gender, gender identity, gender expression, or sexual orientation of the alleged complainant and the alleged perpetrator. The University’s prohibition on sexual misconduct extends to all aspects of its educational programs and activities, including, but not limited to, admissions, employment, academics, athletics, housing, and student services.

The Sexual Misconduct Policy applies to all University employees, including administrators, faculty, adjunct faculty, and staff; students; applicants for employment; customers; third-party contractors; and all other persons who participate in the University’s educational programs and activities, including third-party visitors on campus (the “University Community”). This policy does not apply to students, faculty or staff participating in Study Abroad program activities that are facilitated outside of the United States.            

Refer to the University’s Sexual Misconduct and Complaint Resolution policy for more details.