Social Policies and Regulations–Improper Sexual Conduct Policy

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Sexual Harassment may include, but is not limited to the following:

-- threats or insinuations that lead the victim reasonably to believe that granting or denying sexual favors will affect her or his reputation, education, employment, advancement

-- repeated phone calls and/or email message from someone who has a crush on you, though you clearly have indicated that you have no interest

-- continuous references to sexual activity and sexual terms that make you uncomfortable

-- unwelcome and persistent sexually explicit statements or stories that are not related to employment duties, course content, research, or other College programs or activities

-- repeatedly using sexually degrading words, gestures or sounds to describe a person

-- recurring comments or questions about an individual's sexual preference or behavior

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