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Non-Discrimination & Anti-Harassment Policy & Procedures

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    Harassment Policies
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Examples of conduct that may violate this Policy include the use of epithets, slurs, jokes, stereotyping, or intimidating or hostile acts directed at any individual because of his/her protected class status, as well as the failure to provide equal consideration, acknowledgment or access to educational opportunities

Anti-Bullying and Hazing Policy for Students

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    Bullying Policies
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Bullying refers to any form of physical, verbal, demonstrative, or electronic harassment that one should reasonably expect would demean, threaten, or physically or emotionally hurt its victims or others. It can be of a sexual nature or otherwise.

Undergraduate Student Bill of Rights and Responsibilities

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    Advertised Commitments to Free Expression
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Students have the right to examine and exchange diverse ideas, consistent with the mission of the University, in an orderly, respectful and lawful manner inside and outside the classroom.

Undergraduate Student Bill of Rights and Responsibilities

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Students have the right to an environment that is conducive to learning and without unreasonable concerns for personal safety. Behavior which is intimidating, threatening or hostile to individuals or groups is therefore regarded as a serious offense.

Undergraduate Student Disciplinary Procedures

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    Policies on Tolerance, Respect, and Civility
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Prohibited behavior includes acts that are dishonest, immoral or unlawful; acts that cause damage to property or harm to oneself or to others; or acts that bring discredit or shame upon the institution.