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The interaction between members of the campus community must be conducted with integrity. Toward that end, consensual amorous relationships between members of the campus community are strongly discouraged when a definite power differential exists. Should such a relationship arise, the individual with power should be aware that in the event of a complaint, severe sanctions, up to and including termination, could result. Please note that a sexual relationship that does not constitute sexual harassment may nonetheless constitute a breach of professional obligation.
If a conflict of interest is identified, at a minimum, arrangements must be made with appropriate supervisory personnel for objective decision-making with regard to the student, employee, or candidate.
Violations of this policy should be reported to the Office of Equal Opportunity and Access. An investigative finding of a violation may result in discipline or sanctioning in accordance with the relevant collective bargaining agreements or University policies. Complaints alleging a breach of professional obligation outside the purview of the Office of Equal Opportunity and Access will be referred to the appropriate office.
File code: PRES. Scope: This policy applies to faculty, staff, graduate and teaching assistants, and students. Definitions: Consensual Amorous Relationship - A mutually agreed upon romantic, sexual, or dating relationship. This definition does not include married or civil union relationships. Power Differential - Established when one party to the relationship has direct evaluative or supervisory authority over the other person.
Reporting: Violations of this policy should be reported to the Office of Equal Opportunity and Access.
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