Student Handbook – Assault Policy – Harassment

August 28, 2013

[…] Examples of conduct that may constitute sexual harassment include:

– Unwelcome sexual advances

– Requests for sexual favors

– Verbal or physical contact of a sexual nature

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– Situations in which the University environment is sexually hostile or oppressive to members of the University because of the actions of students, co-workers, supervisors or other members of the University community

– Written contact, such as sexually suggestive, harassing or obscene letters, faxes, e-mail, notes, invitations, etc.

– Verbal contact, such as sexually suggestive or obscene comments, threats, slurs, epithets, jokes about gender-specific traits, sexual propositions

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– Visual contact, such as leering or staring at another’s body, gesturing, displaying sexually suggestive objects or pictures, cartoons, posters or magazines

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Student Handbook – Assault Policy – Harassment

August 28, 2013

It is the goal of Salve Regina University to provide an educational environment free from all forms of intimidation, hostility, offensive behavior and discrimination, including sexual harassment. […]