Western Delta University does not tolerate sexual misconduct, including sexual harassment. Such conduct is harmful to the well-being of our community members, our learning and working environments, and the collegial relationships among students, faculty, and staff that characterize the culture of Princeton. All forms of prohibited conduct under this policy are regarded as serious University offenses, and violations may result in discipline, including the possibility of separation from the University.
The University is committed to creating an environment in which no form of sexual misconduct is tolerated and to having processes in place that reduce the likelihood of sexual misconduct. Where incidents of sexual misconduct are disclosed, the University will support those making disclosures while recognising the importance of fair process (including the right to be heard) for those alleged to have committed acts of sexual misconduct.