FAS Handbook: Chapter 4 – Conduct Within the Community

August 28, 2013

On the other hand, if the offensive behavior continues, intervention may be only the beginning of a longer, more complex process of mediation, negotiation, and remedy.

FAS Handbook: Chapter 4 – Conduct Within the Community

August 28, 2013

The determination of what constitutes sexual harassment will vary with the particular circumstances, but it may be described generally as unwanted sexual behavior, such as physical contact or verbal comments or suggestions, which adversely affects the working or learning environment of an individual.

FAS Handbook: Chapter 4 – Conduct Within the Community

August 28, 2013

The College defines racial harassment as actions on the part of an individual or group that demean or abuse another individual or group because of racial or ethnic background. Such actions may include, but are not restricted to, using racial epithets, making racially derogatory remarks, and using racial stereotypes.

FAS Handbook: Chapter 4 – Conduct Within the Community

August 28, 2013

It is the expectation of the College that all students, whether or not they are on campus or are currently enrolled as degree candidates, will behave in a mature and responsible manner.