Student Handbook: Student Conduct 08-09

Relevant excerpt

The following actions by students violate College standards of
conduct ... Harassment, abuse, coercion, injurious conduct. Physical or
verbal abuse and threatening and intimidating behavior of
any sort, including not only direct threats of any kind, but
also psychological and sexual harassment. Examples of such
conduct include, but are not limited to:
a. Threats, intimidation, physical abuse, verbal harassment,
or derogatory statements directed towards other students,
visitors, or College employees.
b. Abusive, obscene, vulgar, loud, or disruptive language or
conduct directed toward and offensive to a member of or
a visitor to the College community.
c. Discriminatory behavior with regard to age, actual or perceived
sex, creed, disability, race, color, national origin,
sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, or any
other legally protected category.

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