Protective Measures and Accommodations Following a Finding of Responsibility of A Student Violation of the Policy
When a Responding Party is found responsible for a violation of this Policy, a no contact order may be issued to the Responding Party that may include a directive that the Responding Party refrain from contacting the Complainant and/or any witnesses through direct, indirect, electronic or other means or engage in any disruptive conduct. The Associate Vice President for Student Affairs (or designee) may also take any further protective action deemed appropriate, in their sole discretion, concerning the interaction of the Complainant and Responding Party.
The Associate Vice President for Student Affairs (or designee) has the authority to take reasonable and prudent measures to protect the Complainant following a finding of responsibility. In addition to a no contact order issued to the Responding Party, protective measures and accommodations may include, where reasonably available,
- changes to academic, work and dining schedules, housing, and transportation
- withdrawal or retaking of a class without penalty
- access to academic support such as tutoring
Protective measures and accommodations are designed to minimize the burden on the Complainant following a finding of responsibility.