Four Offenses Defined as Sexual Misconduct
Rape/Date Rape/Acquaintance Rape
Sexual intercourse or penetration, (anal, oral, or vaginal), however slight, with any object, by a man or woman upon a man or woman, accomplished by force or without effective consent.
Non-Consensual Sexual Contact/Sexual Assault
Any intentional sexual touching, however slight, accomplished by force or without effective consent.
Unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, or other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature directed towards a person’s sexuality or sexual identity, or that create an intimidating environment;
Situations where any person retaliates against another person as a result of that person’s decision to report sexual
harassment or seek assistance to remedy sexual harassment.
Any act involving sexual behavior which
places another person in a degrading, exploitative, abusive, or humiliating situation (example: placing photographs of a sexual
nature involving a sexual partner on the Internet).
Please refer to the Student Guide to the Resources, Rights, and Responsibilities for the complete La Salle University Harassment & Discrimination Policy.