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Provisional Nondiscrimination and Anti-Harassment Policy and Resolution Procedures

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    Yellow
  • Speech Code Category
    Harassment Policies
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Harassment is any act of intimidation or hostility based on protected class status (or perceived protected class status) that is sufficiently severe, persistent, or pervasive such that it has the purpose or effect of unreasonably interfering with, limiting or depriving an individual from participating in or benefiti

Dartmouth College Policy on Sexual and Gender-Based Misconduct: Sexual Harassment

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    Yellow
  • Speech Code Category
    Harassment Policies
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Dartmouth also defines Sexual Harassment to include (1) any unwelcome sexual advance, request for sexual favors, or other unwanted conduct of a sexual nature, whether verbal, non-verbal, graphic, physical, electronic, or otherwise (sexual harassment); and (2) unwelcome conduct, whether verbal, nonverbal, graphic, ph

Dartmouth College Policy on Sexual and Gender-Based Misconduct: Title IX Sexual Harassment

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    Green
  • Speech Code Category
    Harassment Policies
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The Title IX regulations define Sexual Harassment as conduct on the basis of sex that must satisfy one or more of the following:

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Student Affairs: Achieving Community Together

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    Yellow
  • Speech Code Category
    Policies on Bias and Hate Speech
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The Achieving Community Together (ACT) process is a fact-finding, communication, education, and response process that was developed to provide guidance in assisting and supporting the student community when incidents occur that are experienced or perceived as undermining the College's Principle of Community.

Acceptable Use Policy

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    Green
  • Speech Code Category
    Internet Usage Policies
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[A]uthorized users may also use College information and technology for appropriate incidental personal use so long as those activities are legal and do not violate: College policies; contractual obligations; the safety, security, privacy, reputational, and intellectual property rights of others; or restrictions on p

Office of Judicial Affairs: Standards of Conduct

  • Speech Code Rating
    Yellow
  • Speech Code Category
    Harassment Policies
  • Last Updated

Harassment is defined as abusive behavior or conduct that is targeted at an individual or group and is ordinarily repeated.