SEXUAL HARASSMENT POLICY
It is the policy of Marshall University to maintain a work and educational environment free from all forms of sexual harassment of any employee, applicant for employment, or student. Sexual harassment in any manner or form is expressly prohibited. It is the responsibility of the University to provide educational opportunities to create this free environment and to take immediate and appropriate corrective action when sexual harassment is reported or becomes known. Supervisors at every level are of primary importance in the implementation and enforcement of this rule. Any complaint regarding discrimination or sexual harassment should be made to your immediate supervisor, your department manager, or the Director of Equity Programs. All allegations will be investigated by the Director of Equity Programs.
A complete copy of the Sexual Harassment Policy can be obtained from the Equity Programs office, 206 Old Main.