Limitation on Consensual Relationship
This policy places limitations on consensual romantic or sexual relationships between and among faculty, staff, and students in order to protect the integrity of the academic and work environment. Whenever folks are tangled up in a consensual intimate or intimate relationship and come in roles of unequal authority or energy, there is certainly the prospect of a conflict of great interest, favoritism, and exploitation of energy. You aren’t supervisory authority or evaluative, mentoring authority who controls or influences someone else’s work, scholastic development, extracurricular or athletic group involvement, scholarship or monetary help, grades, suggestions, wage status, or advertising during the College shouldn’t be in an intimate or intimate relationship with that individual irrespective of permission. This information must be reported to a supervisor, Vice President, or the Director of Human Resources for assistance in resolving the conflict if anyone is promoted into a position that results in a conflict with this Policy limiting consensual relationships.
The faculty prohibits retaliation against any one who states intimate misconduct or participates into the research of any allegation of intimate misconduct, including involvement as a witness. Any person in the school community or alternative party who attempts, either straight or indirectly, to intimidate, threaten, retaliate, interfere with, restrain, coerce, discriminate against, violate a College No Contact Order, topic an individual to a detrimental work action ( e.g., guidance, suspension system, termination), or harass any person for reporting, trying to report, or responsibly pursuing a grievance will likely to be susceptible to prompt and appropriate disciplinary action, including feasible termination or expulsion through the university.