Krystyne, At Purdue, we have an overarching Nondiscrimination Policy Statement<http://www.purdue.edu/purdue/ea_eou_statement.html> issued by our board of trustees. At the administrative level, we have two policies:
* Anti-Harassment (III.C.1)<http://www.purdue.edu/policies/ethics/iiic1.html> * Equal Opportunity, Equal Access and Affirmative Action (III.C.2)<http://www.purdue.edu/policies/ethics/iiic2.html> Our anti-harassment policy covers all forms of harassment, including student to student. Our EOEA/AA policy covers all forms of discrimination, from those bases protected by law to those included as a matter of board policy. Both policies are supported by the same set of Procedures for Resolving Complaints of Discrimination and Harassment<http://www.purdue.edu/ethics/resources/resolving-complaints.html>. For student to student harassment, the procedures assign the dean of students office as the arbiter and all others are arbitrated through our Office of Institutional Equity. Best Regards, Jessica Teets Coordinator, University Policy Office Purdue University 765-496-9634 From: bounce-120813506-56848...@list.cornell.edu [mailto:bounce-120813506-56848...@list.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Savarese, Krystyne A. Sent: Wednesday, September 21, 2016 3:09 PM To: Association of College and University Policy Administrators <acup...@list.cornell.edu> Subject: [acupa-l] AA/EEO/NDH Policies Good afternoon! Here at Ohio State, we're currently revising our Affirmative Action, Equal Employment Opportunity, & Non-Discrimination Harassment policy. To provide some context around our questions, we have a stand-alone Sexual Misconduct policy addressing sex- and gender-based harassment (not discrimination). Our non-discrimination notice is also a stand-alone document (it is not a university policy, though it is an associated document to multiple university policies). Additionally, our current AA/EE/NDH policy does not address student-to-student behavior; that is addressed in our Code of Student Conduct if the behavior rises to the level of a) endangering health and safety, b) disorderly or disruptive conduct, or c) riotous behavior. We'd love if you'd share any advice, your current policies, or your thoughts on the following: * Do you combine your policies addressing Affirmative Action & Equal Employment Opportunity and those addressing Non-Discrimination/Harassment, or do you separate them? * Do you address sex- and gender-based discrimination in an overarching anti-discrimination/harassment policy or are those protected classes addressed separately? * Do you address student-to-student harassment via policy? If you do, is this in conjunction with policy relevant to faculty and/or staff? Thanks in advance, Krystyne [The Ohio State University] Krystyne Savarese Policy and Training Director Office of University Compliance and Integrity 1534 N. High Street, Columbus, OH 43201-2190 614-292-8728 Office savares...@osu.edu<mailto:savares...@osu.edu> * compliance.osu.edu<http://compliance.osu.edu/> Replying to Messages: Replying (using Reply) to an ACUPA-L e-mail will distribute your message to the ENTIRE list of members. To send a message privately, reply directly to the individual who sent the message (their e-mail address appears in the "From" line of their original e-mail). To Unsubscribe: Go to http://www.acupa.org/MembershipForm_Discontinue.html and complete the form. We will remove you from the list within 24 hours, during normal business hours. Questions about the ACUPA e-list? Contact Jamie Parris at jamiepar...@cornell.edu<mailto:jamiepar...@cornell.edu?subject=ACUPA%20e-list%20assistance> or 607-255-6837.