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Sexual misconduct is a form of sex discrimination. The University of Colorado is committed to providing an environment where all individuals can achieve their academic and professional aspirations free from sex discrimination.
Further, it is critical to this commitment that anyone who may have been the target of or has experienced sexual misconduct in the context of University educational programs, activities or employment, to feel free to report their concerns for appropriate investigation and response, without fear of retaliation.
To foster a climate that encourages prevention and reporting of sexual misconduct, the University will provide prevention efforts, educate the community, respond to all reports promptly, provide interim protection measures to address safety and recognize the inherent dignity of all individuals involved.
Sexual Misconduct Policies and Procedures
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