Student Handbook – Sexual Harassment [p. 84]

Relevant excerpt

- Sexual harassment is essentially a display of power intended to intimidate, coerce, embarrass, or degrade another person. Usually the harasser has power over the victim (such as a supervisor over a subordinate or a larger person over one of smaller stature), and seeks to unfairly exploit that differential in power. In any form, such behavior undermines the atmosphere of trust and collegiality that the College seeks to foster and is, therefore, unacceptable.