Student Handbook: Anti-Discrimination Policy

Relevant excerpt

Examples of inappropriate behavior that may constitute unlawful sexual harassment include, but are not limited to:

  • Sexual teasing, jokes, remarks, questions, looks, gestures,
    innuendoes or stories;
  • Sexual favoritism;
  • Pressure for dates or sexual favors;
  • Gifts, letters, calls, e-mails, or materials of a sexual nature;
  • Sexually explicit visual material (calendars, posters, cards, software, internet materials);
  • Communicating in a demeaning manner with sexual overtones;
  • Inappropriate comments about dress or physical appearance; or
  • Non-consensual video or audio-taping of sexual activity;
  • Inappropriate discussion of private sexual behavior;
  • Exposing one’s genitals or inducing another to expose their genitals;
  • Unwelcome physical contact (touching, patting, stroking, rubbing);
  • Non-consensual sexual intercourse.
  • Other gender-based threats, discrimination, intimidation, hazing, bullying, stalking, or violence

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