Behavior That May Constitute Sexual Harassment

Examples of behaviors which may constitute sexual harassment or inappropriate conduct in the university community include but are not limited to:

  • Deliberate touching or repeated brushing against another's body, which does not contribute to or advance the work, service or education activity being conducted.
  • Repeated requests for a date or for sexual activity with a subordinate by a person in authority.
  • Pictorial or actual displays of obscenity which do not contribute to or advance the work, service or education activity being conducted.
  • Pressure or demands for a date or for sexual activity with a subordinate by a person in authority.
  • Written, verbal, pictorial or nonverbal communications of a sexual nature which do not contribute to or advance the work, service or education activity being conducted.