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What is harassment?
Harassment means to be aggressive towards others or to frighten, disturb or bother others. At UDST we believe everyone has the right to go through their day free from any kind of harassment.
The University has a policy to protect you called the UDST Harassment Policy and Procedure. This policy assures all employees, students, guests, vendors and clients the right to work, study and enjoy related activities harassment-free. This applies across all University-owned or operated property and facilities.
In other words, there is no place for harassment anywhere on the UDST campus.
The policy language below may be difficult for you to understand. But if your feelings tell you that you are being or have been harassed, come and talk to us in private. You can see the student counsellor or come to Student Affairs in Building 6.
The UDST Harassment Policy explains that harassment includes any of the following:
This includes sexual comments, gestures or physical contact that the individual knows, or should reasonably know, to be unwelcome, unacceptable or offensive. Sexual harassment is not wanted, one-sided and/or hurtful.
Based on race, religion, religious creed, age, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, family status, physical or mental disability, political opinion, colour, or ethnic national or social origin that is directed at, is offensive to, undermines performance, and/or threatens an individual’s economic livelihood.
Occurs when an individual uses his/her authority or position to undermine, sabotage or otherwise adversely affect the career or program of another person. It includes, but is not limited to, repeated offensive comments and/ or actions that demean and belittle an individual and/or cause personal humiliation. It may also include threatening to hurt others, trying to get money from others, forcing others to do something they do not want to do, and/or the filing of unproven and/or hurtful claims of wrongdoing.
Information on Student Rights and Responsibilities is identified in UDST’s STUDENT CONDUCT POLICY, PL-ST-01
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