In addition to rights outlined throughout the Nondiscrimination and Sexual Misconduct Policy, both complainant(s) and respondent(s) in a sexual misconduct complaint have the following rights:

  1. The right to be informed of the victim’s right to choose whether or not to file a complaint to both on campus and off campus authorities;
  2. The right to an investigation and appropriate resolution of all credible complaints of sexual misconduct made in good faith to the University;
  3. The right to be fully informed of the University’s policy and procedures;
  4. The right to be informed of the on campus and off campus resources; 
  5. The right of the victim to be notified of interim measures available;
  6. The right to be treated with respect by the University;
  7. The right of victims not to be disciplined for consuming alcohol or drugs if the victim was under the influence when the incident happened. 
  8. The right of the victim to request the University not to investigate the alleged violation
  9. The right to be assisted by campus authorities in notifying law enforcement of sexual misconduct if the victim so chooses (the University will notify law enforcement when required by law); 
  10. The right to be assisted by campus authorities in filing request for a protection order;
  11. The right to bring a victim advocate or an advisor of their choice to all phases of the investigation; and
  12. The right to appeal certain decisions.