» Sexual Misconduct, Sex-Based/Gender Discrimination, and Title IX

Chapman University is deeply committed to creating and sustaining an educational, working and living environment that is conducive to learning and scholarship and is supportive of students and employees. Part of this commitment is fostering a campus free of sexual misconduct in all its forms.

Policies Regarding Harassment, Discrimination, and Sexual Misconduct

Sexual misconduct and gender/sex-based harassment or discrimination can take many forms, including sexual battery, sexual assault, intimate partner violence and abuse, stalking, sexual exploitation or other forms of sex-based or gender-based harassment or discrimination. These types of conduct are prohibited under the Student Sexual Misconduct Policy, Chapman University’s Policy on Sexual Harassment Prohibited by Title IX, Discrimination, Harassment, and Retaliation Prevention Policy, the Student Conduct Code, and applicable State and Federal laws.

Reporting Sexual Misconduct and Sex-Based/Gender Discrimination or Harassment

The University encourages individuals to report prohibited conduct to a Title IX Coordinator. They are available to talk if you have a concern you want to share, have questions about the Title IX investigative process or want to report an incident.


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