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VIII. POLICIES OF NON-DISCRIMINATION AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY A. AIDS POLICY AND PROCEDURES INTRODUCTION The policy is based on information gleaned from the following sources: “General Statement on Institutional Response to AIDS,” American College Health Association; “AIDS on Campus,” American Council on Education; the Centers for Disease Control; the Public Health Service. The following four major... Read more Read more


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Purpose Section 1.1 The purpose for which the corporation is organized is to conduct and maintain a coeducational undergraduate institution of higher learning for the intellectual development of women and men through the dissemination of knowledge and the conduct of research, with all the powers and privileges conferred by the law upon or permitted to... Read more Read more


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1. POLICY It is the policy of Pitzer College to maintain the College community as a place of work and study for students, faculty, and staff free of sexual harassment and all forms of sexual intimidation and exploitation. It is fundamental to the concepts of academic freedom and equal opportunity that each member of the... Read more Read more


Harassment Policies

Purpose Section 1.1 The purpose for which the corporation is organized is to conduct and maintain a coeducational undergraduate institution of higher learning for the intellectual development of women and men through the dissemination of knowledge and the conduct of research, with all the powers and privileges conferred by the law upon or permitted to... Read more Read more


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Introduction Violation of the regulations listed in this code by an individual student or by an approved student organization, either on campus or at any off-campus college-initiated functions, is subject to disciplinary action according to the judicial procedures described in Article VII as well as civil law enforcement in the event that violations of these... Read more Read more


Harassment Policies

The following policy excerpts from the Faculty Handbook are intended to highlight the conduct expected of both students and college employees, as well as provide guidance for dealing with concerns. Please note that these are edited significantly and students are invited to read the complete text in Preus Library. 408.0 PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT Luther College, in... Read more Read more


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As a Catholic liberal arts college, Saint Anselm seeks to maintain a learning and work environment characterized by respect for the human person, and free from sex discrimination, including sexual harassment. Sexual harassment is defined as unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature when: submission... Read more Read more


Harassment Policies

In the course of its review, the Committee members found it useful to restate Princeton Read more


Harassment Policies

The central purposes of a University are the pursuit of truth, the discovery of new knowledge through scholarship and research, the teaching and general development of students, and the transmission of knowledge and learning to society at large. Free inquiry and free expression within the academic community are indispensable to the achievement of these goals.... Read more Read more


Harassment Policies

It is the policy of Marlboro College not to discriminate in its admissions program, student services or employment practices on the basis of race, creed, sex, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, age, or handicap. Inquiries regarding discrimination should be made to the Compliance Coordinator, Marlboro College, Marlboro VT 05344. (802) 257-4333. TITLE IX Students... Read more Read more



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