Jun 24, 2019  
Student Handbook 
    
Student Handbook

Sexual Assault Victims’ Bill of Rights


  • To be treated with respect by College officials.
  • To take advantage of campus support resources.
  • To experience a safe educational and work environment.
  • To have an advisor (students) or representative (employees) during this process.
  • To refuse to have an allegation resolved through informal procedures.
  • To be free from retaliation.
  • To interim remedies related to the victims academic or work schedule.
  • To have complaints heard in substantial accordance with these procedures.
  • To reasonable and necessary participation in the process.
  • To be informed in writing of the outcome of the complaint and, where permissible, sanctions, and the rationale for the outcome.