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Policies: Guide to Safety Policies

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Your Guide to Student Safety Policies and Resources

The University community should be one in which all members are treated with respect and valued for the unique contributions they make to the campus. One way of ensuring this is to make everyone aware of both their rights and responsibilities as it relates to activities on campus. "Your Right to Know" is one way in which this information is made available to students, faculty and staff. This website includes information about a number of important policies and procedures related to having a just and safe environment in which to work and learn.

UW-Eau Claire code of conduct prohibits the crimes of dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking. These crimes will not be tolerated and will result in sanctions up to and including expulsion. UW-Eau Claire is committed to the prevention of all forms of discrimination and abuse including coercive sexual contact and unwelcome comments or behavior of a sexual nature.

Click here for Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment Policy

Click here for information on reporting of sexual assault

Click here for information on Dating/Domestic Violence

Click here for information on Stalking

Click here for information on Harassment

Click here for information on Bias/Hate Reporting

Click here for Clery Act Information

Click here for Consensual Relationship Policy

Click here for Commitment to Academic Freedom and Freedom of Expression

Click here for alcohol and other drug, policies, programs, and other services

The links on the left side of the page connect you to extensive information about policies, procedures and resources.

Any student faculty, or staff member who needs more information regarding policies related to sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, stalking, harassment or discrimination may contact either the Dean of Students Office, Schofield 240, 715-836-5626 or the Affirmative Action Office, Schofield 217, 715-836-2387. Additional detailed information on reporting discrimination and complaint procedures can be obtained from these offices.

As we all work together, we will achieve a safer more welcoming campus!

This is a great deal of information, if you are confused or have any questions about policies or where to get assistance, please contact:

LaRue Pierce, Dean of Students

Teresa O'Halloran, J.D. Assistant to the Chancellor for Affirmative Action