Sexual Misconduct: Unwanted Sexual Behavior
- To be treated without prejudice regarding race, class, lifestyle, sex, age, occupation, or religious beliefs
- To receive private and confidential treatment, and be examined for personal injuries, sexually transmitted diseases, and pregnancy
- To be considered with the same credibility as a person
reporting any other crime
- To prosecute or not to prosecute; to have the option at any
time to withdraw from any legal proceeding or campus hearing
- To answer only those questions relevant to the crime
"So often, we believe that we have come to a place that is void of hope and void of possibilities, only to find that it is the very hopelessness that allows us to hit bottom, give up our illusion of control, turn it over, and ask for help. Out of the ashes of our hopelessness comes the fire of our hope."
- Anne Wilson Shaef, PhD.