This document sets out procedures, confidential resources, prohibited conduct, educational resources, and guidance to assist those who have experienced or been affected by sexual misconduct whether as a complainant, a respondent, or a third party.

The policy applies to all students regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity, addresses student-to-student misconduct, and applies to such conduct that may occur both on-or-off campus.

After reviewing this document, students will have the knowledge and information that will allow them to:

  • Understand what sexual misconduct is and what conduct is prohibited;
  • Find sources of support, information and resources to address sexual misconduct;
  • Understand ways to prevent sexual misconduct against themselves or others;
  • Know how to make a report or complaint; and
  • Understand the process by which the university responds to complaints.