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Table of Contents

  1. GENERAL POLICIES
  2. PURPOSE
  3. APPLICABLE LAW
  4. NOTICE OF NON-DISCRIMINATION
  5. POLICY STATEMENT
    1. General
    2. Prohibited Acts
    3. Scope of Policy
    4. Gender Identity or Sexual Orientation Discrimination
    5. Retaliation
    6. Discipline and Corrective Actions
    7. Free Speech and Academic Freedom
    8. Jurisdiction
    9. Distribution of Policy
    10. Additional Enforcement Information
  6. TITLE IX COORDINATORS AND RESOURCES
    1. Title IX Coordinator
    2. Deputy Title IX Coordinators
    3. Responsible Employee
    4. Education and Training Programs
  7. DEFINITIONS
    1. General Definitions
    2. Sexual Harassment
    3. VAWA Complaints
  8. REPORTING AND RESPONDING TO A COMPLAINT
    1. Prompt Reporting Encouraged
    2. Confidentiality
    3. Required Notice for Reports of Sexual Misconduct
    4. Title IX – Initial Assessment
    5. Anonymous and Third-Party Complaints
    6. Reluctance to Report Based on Potential Violations
    7. Interim Measures
    8. Disciplinary Actions for Violations of This Policy
  9. INVESTIGATING A COMPLAINT
    1. Duty to Investigate
    2. Sexual Misconduct Involving Bodily Harm
    3. Investigations
    4. Mediation
    5. Investigation Report
  10. POST INVESTIGATION
  11. HEARING
    1. Hearing Panel
    2. Standard for Determining Responsibility
    3. Rights of Complainants and Respondents
    4. Advisors and Support Persons
    5. Notification and Results of Investigation or Hearing
  12. RIGHT TO APPEAL
  13. PROHIBITION AGAINST RETALIATION
  14. PRIVACY
  15. RETENTION OF RECORDS