University Policies: STU-024 Student Judicial Policies and Procedures

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Harassment includes but is not limited to, unwanted severe, aggressive or repeated actions that prevent a person from conducting their customary or usual affairs. Actions such as physical or emotional harm, damage to property, putting the target in reasonable fear of harm to oneself or property, or intimidation (incl. witnesses documented in an incident or from a hearing). … When determining if an act constitutes harassment, the Office of Community Standards will consider the full context of the act giving due consideration to the protection of the University community, individual rights, freedom of speech, academic freedom and advocacy. Not every act that might be offensive to an individual or group constitutes harassment and/or a violation of the Code of Student Conduct.

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