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The Pennbook: Sexual Misconduct Policy, Resource Offices and Complaint Procedures
For the purposes of University policy, the term “sexual harassment” refers to any unwanted conduct that is based on an individual’s sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression and that: ... A reasonable person would determine is so severe, pervasive, and/or…
Diversity at Penn: Forms- Bias Incident Reporting Form
The University of Pennsylvania is an inclusive community in which we learn from the research, ideas, and experiences of other people on campus and around the world. We value open expression and the learning that comes from civil and rigorous debate. We…
The Pennbook: Policy on Acceptable Use of Electronic Resources
Unlawful communications, including threats of violence, obscenity, child pornography, and harassing communications (as defined by law), are prohibited.
The Pennbook: Use of Facilities
Depending on the location of an outdoor event, on scheduled classes in nearby buildings, and on the proximity of offices in use, non-conflicting activities should be scheduled by prior arrangements with the Perelman Quad and VPUL Facilities staff.
The Pennbook: Code of Student Conduct
Membership in the University of Pennsylvania community affords every student certain rights that are essential to the University’s educational mission and its character as a community: ... The right to freedom of thought and expression.
The Pennbook: Guidelines on Open Expression
The University of Pennsylvania, as a community of scholars, affirms, supports and cherishes the concepts of freedom of thought, inquiry, speech, and lawful assembly. The freedom to experiment, to present and examine alternative data and theories; the freedom to hear, express, and…