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POLICY PROHIBITING SEX DISCRIMINATION

INCLUDING SEXUAL HARASSMENT, SEXUAL MISCONDUCT, STALKING AND RETALIATION

The Code of Student Conduct reads that: ” Sexual violence and other forms of sexual misconduct have a profound impact on both assault survivors and our community and are violations of the Student Code. Our community expects that students who choose to engage in sexual activity do so safely, appropriately, and in a manner that does not violate the law. Students who attempt or engage in sexual activity must have effective consent from the other person. Violations may vary in severity and consist of a range of behavior, including but not limited to non-consensual sexual contact or touching and non-consensual sexual intercourse, including forced sexual intercourse. Allegations of sexual misconduct are subject to the Policy Prohibiting Sex Discrimination, including Sexual Harassment, Sexual Misconduct, Stalking and Retaliation, which also outlines the University’s definitions of consent, force, incapacitation, and other important definitions related to sexual misconduct, as well as procedures used to investigate and resolve alleged violations.

View the most current version of the Policy Prohibiting Sex Discrimination, Including Sexual Harassment, Sexual Misconduct, Stalking and Retaliation

The PDF version of the Policy Prohibiting Sex Discrimination, Including Sexual Harassment, Sexual Misconduct, Stalking and Retaliation above is the most current version of Denison's policy and shall supersede any other version or language referenced or available on Denison University's website. Any questions about the most current version of this sexual assault policy should be directed to the Office of Student Conduct & Campus Values.