University Response for Students

University Response to Harassment Cases

1. No University Judicial Action

Desired Outcome

Student wants emotional support to better cope with the impact of the incident.

University Contact Options

» University Counseling (368-5872)
» Student Affairs (368-2020)

2. Informal Judicial Process

Desired Outcome

Student wants the behavior to stop but does not want to pursue formal judicial action at this time.

University Contact Options

» Sue Nickel-Schindewolf, Associate VP, Student Affairs (368-2020)
» Dean Patterson, Associate VP, Student Affairs (368-2020)

3. Formal Judicial Process

Desired Outcome

Student wants the behavior to stop and feels that a judicial consequence is warranted.

University Contact Options

» Clayton Barnard, Assistant VP, Student Affairs (368-2020)

University Response to Sexual Harassment Cases

1. No University Judicial Action

Desired Outcome

NOT AN OPTION

2. Informal Judicial Process

Desired Outcome

Student wants the behavior to stop but does not want to pursue formal judicial action at this time. Accused student will be made aware of the Sexual Harassment Policy and guidelines will be determined for future behavior.

University Contact Options

» Sue Nickel-Schindewolf, Associate VP, Student Affairs (368-2020)

3. Formal Judicial Process

Desired Outcome

Student wants the behavior to stop and feels that a judicial consequence is warranted.

University Contact Options

» Sue Nickel-Schindewolf, University Sexual Harassment Panel (368-2020)