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When an allegation of sexual misconduct is brought to the administration, and an accused student/respondent is found to have violated this policy, serious sanctions will be imposed to ensure that such actions are never repeated.
All members of the University community are expected to conduct themselves in a manner that does not infringe upon the rights of others.
Coercing someone into engaging in sexual activity violates this policy in the same way as physically forcing someone into engaging in sexual activity.Additionally, resources are provided to enhance awareness on reporting options and support services should an incident of alleged sexual misconduct occur.If you have any questions about the policies, reporting procedures, or support opportunities on this webpage related to sexual assault, domestic/dating violence, harassment, or stalking, please contact one of the individuals below.Campus counselors in the Counseling Center are available to help you free of charge and can be seen on an emergency basis during normal business hours.b) You may seek advice from certain resources who are not required to tell anyone else your private, personally identifiable information unless there is cause for fear for your safety, or the safety of others.These resources include employees without supervisory responsibility or remedial authority to address sexual misconduct, such as hall directors, faculty members, advisors to student organizations, career services staff, admissions officers, student activities personnel, and many others.
A partial list of Midwestern State University sexual misconduct policy violations is listed below.a) Gender-based verbal or physical conduct that has the effect of unreasonably interfering with an individual’s work or academic performance or creates an intimidating, hostile or offensive working or educational environment. includes situations in which there is harassing conduct that is sufficiently severe, pervasive/persistent and objectively offensive so that it alters the conditions of education or employment, from both a subjective (the alleged victim’s) and objective (a reasonable person’s) viewpoint.