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Institutional Rules on Student Services and Activities: Chapter 13- Speech, Expression, and Assembly: Harassment

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    Harassment Policies
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"Harassment" means hostile or threatening conduct or speech, whether oral, written, or symbolic, that.

Institutional Rules on Student Services and Activities: Chapter 13- Speech, Expression, and Assembly

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    Advertised Commitments to Free Expression
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The freedoms of speech, expression, and assembly are fundamental rights of all persons and are central to the mission of the University.

Handbook of Operating Procedures 3-3020: Nondiscrimination Policy

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    Harassment Policies
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Harassment:

Residence Hall Manual: Computer Lab Policies

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    Policies on Tolerance, Respect, and Civility
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7. Respect others’ privacy. Don't access their files and email, or send harassing and objectionable messages.

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11. Don't access materials that may be distracting or offensive to other users.

Institutional Rules on Student Services and Activities: Chapter 11- Student Discipline and Conduct

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    Policies on Tolerance, Respect, and Civility
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Notwithstanding any action taken on account of the violation by civil authorities or agencies charged with the enforcement of criminal laws, the dean of students may initiate disciplinary proceedings under subchapter 11–500, or make an incident report and determine discipline under HOP 3-3031 when there is a finding

Information Security Office: Acceptable Use Policy for University Students

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    Internet Usage Policies
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Electronic communications should meet the same standards for distribution or display as if they were tangible documents or instruments. Identify yourself clearly and accurately in all electronic communications.

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