The College of Professional and Continuing Education (CPCE) is committed to equal opportunity in academic pursuit and employment and to eliminating any form of discrimination against all staff, students, and other persons who have dealings with the CPCE. Sexual harassment, being a form of discrimination, is prohibited and is unacceptable at all levels in the CPCE community. Any staff member or student who is found to have contravened the CPCE’s Policy will be subject to disciplinary action.
I. Definition of Sexual Harassment
Sexual advances, requests for sexual favours, and other verbal, non-verbal, or physical conduct of a sexual nature constitute sexual harassment if they are unwelcome. In determining whether conduct constitutes sexual harassment, a totality of circumstances of the conduct will be considered.
II. Examples of Sexual Harassment*
Depending on the circumstances, the following may constitute sexual harassment:
*Examples are taken from the pamphlet “Preventing & Dealing with Sexual Harassment” issued by the Equal Opportunities Commission.
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