D’Youville prohibits its employees and undergraduate and graduate students from engaging in any form of sex discrimination, which includes sexual harassment and sexual assault/violence. This policy provides information regarding the Institution’s prevention and education efforts related to sexual harassment and sexual assault/violence (collectively referred to in this policy as “sexual misconduct”). Should the Institution become aware of sexual misconduct impacting its employees, undergraduate students or graduate students, the Institution is committed to promptly and effectively addressing the situation.
In furtherance of that commitment, this policy explains how the Institution will proceed once it is made aware of possible sexual misconduct in keeping with our institutional values and to meet our legal obligations under Title IX, the Clery Act, the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013, and other applicable law. In all instances in which sexual misconduct is found to have occurred, the Institution will take appropriate steps to end such conduct, prevent its recurrence and redress its effects.
Chief Student Affairs Officer & Title IX Coordinator: Benjamin Grant firstname.lastname@example.org