Student Conduct Code: Harassment

Relevant excerpt

2.3.5. Harassment Unreasonable Conduct – Intentional conduct, without a legitimate purpose, which both does cause a person distress or fear and would cause a reasonable person distress or fear. No threat or overt act of violence is required for conduct to be unreasonable. Bullying – Any intentional, repeated and aggressive act, whether physical, verbal or otherwise communicated with the intent to cause another person physical, mental, or emotional harm or which is intended to coerce an individual to act or refrain from acting. Obstruction or Intimidation – Any intentional act which limits any person’s attendance or participation in any academic activity, employment or university event, or function. Harassment via Technology – Use of electronic or other technology, without a valid purpose, to intentionally intimidate, embarrass, ridicule, or humiliate another person. This includes the creation or distribution of video, audio, or photographic files without the consent of all parties recorded or photographed which could foreseeably intimidate, embarrass, ridicule or humiliate and does cause another person to be intimidated, embarrassed, ridiculed or humiliated.

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