V. Behavior That Does Not Constitute “Sexual Harassment” Under This Policy
Behavior which does not fall under this Policy’s definition of Sexual Harassment may be addressed through other policies and processes, such as those under the Institution’s student codes of conduct, civil rights policies, discrimination and harassment policies, and/or any other applicable policy adopted by an individual Institution.
Each Institution maintains individual policies addressing sexual misconduct, harassment, and discrimination. These policies might address conduct constituting sexual misconduct, sexual harassment, and/or sex discrimination, as defined by those individual policies. Any conduct that constitutes Sexual Harassment, as defined by this Policy, is addressed using the process established in this Policy. Other conduct, as defined under other Institution policies, may be addressed using the processes established in those individual policies.
 Where allegations made in a Formal Complaint include both conduct that falls under this Policy and conduct that is outside of this Policy but is interrelated to Policy-covered conduct, the allegations may be joined. If the allegations under this Policy and under an Institution’s other policies are joined, during the hearing direct cross-examination by a Party’s Advisor will be limited to questions relating to the allegation of conduct falling under this Policy. Determinations as to when a question is appropriate to be posed by a party’s Advisor or through the Hearing Officer shall be made at the sole discretion of the Hearing Officer.
Title IX Process Pages
- I. Title IX Grievance Process Introduction
- II. Title IX Coordinator & The TCC Title IX Process Administrator
- III. Relevant Terms
- IV. Sexual Harassment & Retaliation
- V. Behavior That Does Not Constitute “Sexual Harassment” Under This Policy
- VI. Supportive Measures
- VII. Emergency Removal
- VIII. Administrative Leave (Employees Only)
- IX. Title IX Grievance Process
- X. Record-keeping
- XI. Clery Act Reporting
- XII. Periodic Review
- XIII. Revocation by Operation Law
- XIV. Non-Discrimination in Application
- XV. Effective Date
- Appendix A and B
- Appendix C and D
- Appendix E