Answered By: Kevin Pischke Last Updated: Apr 04, 2016 Views: 6
The Sexual Misconduct and Title IX Policy refers to all forms of sex discrimination by employees, students, or third parties, including, but not limited to, sexual harassment, sexual assault, sexual violence, domestic and dating violence, and stalking. As a Christ-centered university, Jessup is committed to providing a work and learning environment where all persons who participate in university programs and activities can work and learn together in an atmosphere free of harassment, disrespectful, or other unprofessional conduct, including all forms of sexual violence. WJU encourages people who have been sexually assaulted or subjected to sexual harassment to report what happened and seek help.
Jessup faculty and employees must notify a campus authority of allegations of sexual assault involving a member of our community so that we can provide support and services and investigate the matter.
The university does not tolerate unlawful sex discrimination and will endeavor to keep the community free of such conduct through education, training, clear policies and procedures, and appropriate consequences for those who violate this policy.
If you have any questions about issues related to Title IX, please feel free to contact Dr. Kay Llovio, associate provost for student development, who also serves as the Title IX Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (916) 577-2321. Jessup's Title IX section of the Student Handbook will continue to develop as our resources grow and laws change, may serve as a resource for all community members, not only providing the policy and procedures, but also information to promote education and prevention.