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Student Conduct & Community Standards

Emily McElwain, Assistant Dean of Student Life

Policies

Policy on Title IX, Sexual Harassment and Gender Discrimination

CSU Pueblo is committed to providing an environment free of sexual harassment and gender discrimination for its students and staff. CSU Pueblo does not discriminate on the basis of sex in the education programs and activities that it operates and is prohibited from such discrimination pursuant to Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (20 U.S.C. §§ 1681-88) and implementing regulations (34 C.F.R. Part 106). This prohibition extends to admissions and employment.

CSU Pueblo prohibits Sexual Harassment and Gender Discrimination by and against Students and/or Employees. When the University has actual knowledge of Sexual Harassment in an Education Program or Activity of the University against a person in the United States, it will respond promptly in a manner that is not Deliberately Indifferent. Such allegations shall be investigated and properly handled up to and including dismissal from the University and termination of employment. CSU Pueblo will provide an opportunity to informally resolve issues of Sexual Harassment and Gender Discrimination and will provide an opportunity to resolve matters through a formal grievance process that will include a live hearing. An opportunity to appeal any decision will be afforded to both parties.

Any Title IX complaint will be handled by the procedures promulgated with this Policy. This includes a Title IX complaint that also alleges violations of other University policies.

ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUG POLICY

CSU Pueblo is committed to providing education and preventative information to students regarding drugs and alcohol.

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Student Conduct & Community Standards

Emily McElwain, Assistant Dean of Student Life

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