Sexual misconduct is a violation of University standards of conduct for students, faculty, staff, and the University community, as well as a violation of the law.
Sexual misconduct includes, but is not limited to,forcing, threatening to force, coercing, or deceiving another to engage in sexual activity, or engaging in sexual activity with another knowing that the activity is offensive or unwanted by that person or that person is unable to assess the nature of or control the conduct.
Sexual misconduct also includes engaging in sexual activity with another when that person has impaired judgment or control due to drugs or other intoxicants.
Engaging in sexual conduct without consent is a serious offense; furthermore, such consent, whether verbal or non-verbal may be withdrawn at any time, without regard to activity preceding the withdrawal of consent.
The University will not tolerate such offenses that may not only cause physical harm but also emotional harm.
Any suspected incidents of Sexual Misconduct should be reported to one of the following
Assistant Vice President of Student Affairs
UC Room 126
Director of Human Resources
UC Room 417
Assistant Director of Student Life
UC Room 126
Residence Life Coordinator
Bringle Lake Village