[ All of the following information came directly from the Marymount University Website. ]
Marymount University is committed to providing a safe environment, free of discrimination, harassment, and violence. Your health and wellbeing are our primary concern. The university will take immediate action in all allegations of sexual misconduct to protect the safety of the individuals involved and the community.
The term “sexual misconduct” covers all forms of sexual harassment, sexual violence, and intimate partner violence – including stalking, bullying, and retaliation. It is completely counter to Marymount’s values and mission and is not tolerated. Sexual misconduct is also prohibited by federal Title IX regulations. In accordance with Title IX, Marymount does not discriminate on the basis of sex in any of its programs and activities.
We Are Here to Help:
If you have experienced sexual assault in any form, we are here to assist you. Know that you have many options, and we will help you navigate your choices each step of the way.
- How to Get Help if You Have Been Sexually Assaulted
- Understanding the Choice between Confidential Resources and Making a Report to the University
- Confidential Resources
- Reporting options
- Resolution of a Report
- Protection of Minors and Mandatory Reporting of Suspected Child Abuse
I. Purpose and Statement of Intent
II. Scope of Policy
III. Notice of Non-Discrimination and Statement of Compliance with Title IX
IV. Privacy and Confidentiality
V. Prohibited Conduct
VI. Understanding Consent: Force, Coercion, Incapacitation, and Alcohol
VII. Prohibited Relationships by Persons of Authority
VIII. Accessing Resources
X. Interim Measures
XI. Title IX Review, Investigation and Resources
XII. Education and Prevention Programs