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Sexual Harassment

What is Sexual Harassment?

Sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature constitute harassment when:

Please visit the Sexual Harassment Prevention Office website to view the full University Policy statement.

Who to Contact

To ask a question, receive guidance, or report a violation related to sexual harassment, contact a representative from the list below. All are trained and ready to help. 

You can also visit EthicsPoint, or call the hotline, to ask a question or submit a report. 

University Sexual Harassment Prevention Office

Dwight Hamilton
Associate Vice President for Equity and Title IX Coordinator

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