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Any sex discrimination prohibited by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (“Title IX”), including Sexual Misconduct (as hereinafter defined), poses a serious threat both to individual members of the Institution Community (as hereinafter defined) and to the broader community collectively.
The Institution will not tolerate Sexual Misconduct and will take all appropriate steps to prevent and correct such behavior.
Any individual (including, as applicable, such individual’s parents for minors under age 18) who allegedly violates this policy as well as any person with supervisory responsibility for conduct covered by a violation hereunder.
In addition, sexual contact or activity requires consent as a matter of state and federal law.
Consent to engage in any sexual contact or activity must be given knowingly, voluntarily and affirmatively.
As used in this definition, (a) “sexual penetration” includes vaginal or anal penetration, however slight, with a body part or object, or oral penetration involving mouth to genital contact, (b) “sexual contact” includes intentional contact with the clothed or unclothed intimate parts of another person, causing another person to touch one’s intimate parts, or undressing another person without such person’s Consent, and (c) “intimate parts” includes breasts, genitals, buttocks and groin.
Any unwelcome sexual advance, request for sexual favors or other verbal, nonverbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature.