Authorized by President Successful Date: September 5, 2018 accountable Division: President Responsible Offices: Institutional Equity and Compliance Responsible Officer: Assistant into the President for Institutional Equity and Compliance
This policy is used by Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU or University) especially to handle misconduct, discrimination, and harassment according to sex (hereinafter to add claims predicated on maternity or orientation/gender that is sexual) along with the after offenses defined herein: dating physical physical violence, domestic physical violence, intimate attack, and stalking; and, to determine procedures for giving an answer to incidents of intimate misconduct, discrimination, and harassment. Intimate misconduct and harassment are kinds of intimate discrimination forbidden by Title IX and MTSU.
MTSU is invested in eliminating any and all sorts of functions of intimate misconduct, discrimination, and harassment on its campus. An environment free of such functions is essential up to a learning that is healthy working, and residing environment because such misconduct, discrimination, and harassment undermine human being dignity plus the positive connection among everyone as of this University. Any allegation of sexual misconduct, discrimination, or harassment, as defined herein, would be examined and remedied in accordance with this policy. MTSU will need appropriate actions, as required, to avoid the recurrence of intimate misconduct, discrimination, or harassment, also to remedy any effects that are discriminatory.
A. These processes will be used by:
1. Any worker or pupil, including candidates for work or admission as being a pupil, who has been a victim of sexual misconduct, discrimination, and/or harassment, aside from intimate orientation or sex identity/expression;