Student Handbook: Sexual Harassment Policy 08-09

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Sexual harassment, as defined above, may include, but is not limited to: A. Suggesting or demanding sexual involvement of another person. ... C. -Displaying sexually explicit objects, photographs or drawings (except when warranted for legitimate academic purposes). D. Making graphic or suggestive comments, propositions, sexual gestures, obscene jokes, or demeaning sexual innuendoes. The University will not accept as a defense to a claim of sexual harassment that the alleged harasser did not intend to harass.

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