Resources for individuals who are being sexually harassed or stalked
What should I do if I am sexually harassed or stalked?If someone has sexually harassed you — made unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, or threats for failure to engage in sexual relations — or stalked you — for example, your ex-partner won't stop calling, texting, following you, or showing up at your residency or place of work even after you have asked them to stop, contact:
Equal Opportunity and Inclusion Policy
Community Standards of Conduct
Discrimination, Harassment, and Sexual Violence Policy
Unequal Consensual Relationships Policy
Complaint Resolution Procedure
Title IX FAQ
University Response to Sexual Misconduct
Hiring Protocol (PDF)
Diversity Scorecard (PDF)
Affirmative Action Advisory Board (AAAB) Charter (PDF)
Affirmative Action Advisory Board Appointments 2014 (PDF)
Office of Equal Opportunity and Inclusion/Title IX Coordinator
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