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Bias Incident Reporting: Frequently Asked Questions
What are some examples of bias harassment or intimidation? When acts are intended to harm an individual or have the purpose or effect of unreasonably or substantially interfering with an individual’s safety and security by creating an intimidating, hostile, or offensive educational…
Student Handbook: Demonstration/Expressive Activity By Members of University Community
For the purpose of implementation, expressive activity shall refer to all demonstrations, protests, marches, rallies, leaflet distribution or other activity involving the public display of expression by a group or multiple groups. Procedures: All University property is intended primarily for use by…
E.4.4. Network and Computer Use Policy
The network provides an open forum for the expression of ideas, including viewpoints that are strange, unorthodox, and unpopular. Opinions expressed there must be presented in a manner that is free of obscenity (as defined by Code of Virginia, Section 18.2-372), forgery…
Student Handbook: Policies and Procedures – Behavioral
No student shall be involved in disorderly or obscene conduct. Such conduct includes, but is not limited to: fighting, creating a disturbance, verbal, or physical harassment, making excessive noise.
Student Handbook: Statement of Rights and Responsibilities
All members share the obligation to respect the right to freedom of inquiry, of religion, of speech, of press, of peaceful assemblage, of association, and of petition to the institution for a redress of grievances.
B.8.1. Policy on Sexual and Gender-Based Harassment and Other Forms of Interpersonal Violence
Sexual Harassment means conduct on the basis of sex that satisfies one or more of the following: ... Unwelcome conduct determined by a reasonable person to be so severe, pervasive, and objectively offensive that it effectively denies a person equal access to…