The Student Conduct Code applies to allegations of sexual misconduct and interpersonal violence against EWU students.
Employees, Contractors & Visitors
This policy sets forth EWU's expectations for its employees, contractors, and visitors to not engage in sexual misconduct or interpersonal violence. It identifies EWU's resources and reporting options, as well as the Title IX grievance process.
This policy describes the process for addressing "formal Title IX complaints" against employees, contractors, and visitors. The term "formal Title IX complaints" is intended to identify those types of complaints that are subject to additional procedures required by federal law. EWU continues to address concerns of sexual misconduct and interpersonal violence regardless of whether or not they meet this definition. The definition is merely to identify what process at EWU applies.
A formal Title IX complaint is defined as:
- A formal signed complaint filed by a complainant who is a current student, employee, applicant, or person participating or seeking to participate in a university program or activity, or by the Title IX Coordinator;
- Alleging sexual harassment, sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, or stalking as defined for Title IX purposes in EWU Policy 402-01 or the Student Conduct Code; and,
- That occurred on EWU premises, during a university program or activity within the United States, or at a building owned or controlled by a student organization that is officially recognized by the university.
This policy outlines leave options for victims and families of victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking.
This guideline provides information to students and employees about resources and protections for pregnant and parenting individuals.
This policy sets forth EWU's commitment to diversity and inclusion and nondiscrimination. It also includes the process for reporting and investigating complaints of discrimination against EWU employees and the university.