Last updated: December 7, 2017
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Western Connecticut State University (WCSU) asserts that all students have the right to be free from interpersonal violence such as sexual assault, sexual harassment, stalking, and intimate partner violence. WCSU prohibits any student from infringing upon these rights within our campus community. A set of guidelines and procedures have been designed to provide students important information regarding the systems that are in place at WCSU to support any student whose rights have been violated. The university will take prompt action based on violations of the Student Code of Conduct while simultaneously supporting students who also wish to pursue formal legal action for crimes that may have been committed.
These guidelines and procedures have been developed to comply with Connecticut Public Act 14-11, effective July 1, 2014. This legislation requires universities to adopt and disclose policies related to sexual assault on campuses. These guidelines must include the following: