The University’s Policy on Sexual Misconduct applies to all faculty, staff, and students.
The policy includes definitions of what constitutes sexual harassment (including sexual assault, non-consensual sexual contact, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking, Title IX Sexual Harassment, other forms of sexual misconduct, or conduct that creates a hostile environment).
Georgetown University strives to maintain a community characterized by a respect for others. At a minimum, this means a community that is free from sexual and discriminatory harassment. Our culture of respect means that no type of sexual or discriminatory harassment is tolerated, and all incidents of intolerant or disrespectful conduct reported to a non-confidential resource will be addressed. The University is dedicated to responding quickly and thoroughly to all reports of sexual or discriminatory harassment, and to enforcing the University’s Non-Retaliation Policy to protect those who report and/or are involved in an investigation of sexual or discriminatory harassment.
For more information, please read:
Georgetown University Office of Student Conduct Sexual Misconduct Policies and Procedures: Procedures when the allegations are against a student on the Main, SCS or Georgetown University in Qatar Campus
- Student Conduct Amnesty Policy in the context of COVID-19
Party’s Rights when the allegations are against a student on the Main, SCS or Georgetown University in Qatar Campus
Georgetown University School of Medicine Grievance Procedures: Procedures when the allegations are against a student on the Medical Campus (beginning on page 112)
Georgetown Law Student Handbook of Academic Policies: Procedures when the allegations are against a student on the Georgetown Law Center Campus
Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity, and Affirmative Action (IDEAA) Grievance Procedures: Procedures when the allegations are against a faculty, staff member, or third party
Procedures for Summer Program Participants Not Otherwise Affiliated with the University: Procedures when the allegations are against a summer program participant not otherwise affiliated with the University (e.g. high school students, athletic campers, interns solely living on campus, etc.)
The University has developed visual aids to supplement the above policies and procedures to help ease individuals’ understanding of such processes.
Questions can be directed to the University’s Title IX contacts.