Georgetown University prohibits sexual misconduct, sexual harassment, sexual assault, domestic/dating violence, and stalking.
Georgetown University is committed to promoting an environment which supports its educational mission and Jesuit heritage and which preserves the safety and dignity of its members. In particular, the university views, with the utmost seriousness, offenses against the individual such as stalking, sexual harassment, inappropriate sexual touching, sexual assault and any other form of non-consensual sexual activity.
A university is a place where learning to make wise choices is a constant concern for students, faculty and staff. At Georgetown University, choices are framed by a moral commitment to honesty, to the dignity of the individual and to responsibility to others.
Georgetown University offers a number of on-campus resources to respond to incidents of sexual misconduct, including Title IX Coordinators, confidential counselors, Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS) and housing and academic accommodation.