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Supportive Measures

The University may take temporary action to provide Supportive Measures to either party. These actions are individualized services that are reasonably available, non-punitive, non-disciplinary, and not unreasonably burdensome to the other party. Supportive Measures are designed to ensure equal educational access, protect safety, or deter Sexual Harassment or other Prohibited Sexual Conduct.

Sample Supportive Measures include, but are not limited to:

  1. Access to counseling services and assistance in setting up initial appointments, both on and off campus
  2. Imposition of a campus “No-Contact Agreement”
  3. Rescheduling of exams and assignments
  4. Providing alternative course completion options
  5. Change in class schedule, including the ability to drop a course without penalty or to transfer sections
  6. Change in work schedule or job assignment
  7. Change in student’s campus housing
  8. Assistance from University support staff in completing housing relocation
  9. Limiting access to certain University facilities or activities pending resolution of the matter
  10. Voluntary leave of absence
  11. Options for changing campus transportation arrangements