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08.01.01 Civil Rights Compliance

  • Policy Rating
    Yellow
  • Speech Code Category
    Harassment Policies
  • Last Updated
Hostile environment – a situation in which there is unwelcome harassing conduct based on a legally protected class that is severe, persistent, or pervasive enough to create a work, educational, or campus living environment that a reasonable person would consider objectively offensive…

Student Rules: Student Conduct Code

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    Yellow
  • Speech Code Category
    Harassment Policies
  • Last Updated
Harassment. Behavior that is severe, pervasive, or persistent to a degree that a reasonable person similarly situated would be prevented from accessing an educational opportunity or benefit. This behavior includes, but is not limited to, verbal abuse, threats, intimidation, and coercion.

08.01.01 Civil Rights Compliance: Sexual harassment

  • Policy Rating
    Green
  • Speech Code Category
    Harassment Policies
  • Last Updated
Sexual harassment – a form of sex discrimination. Unwelcome conduct on the basis of sex (of a sexual nature or otherwise): ... determined by a reasonable person to be so severe and pervasive and objectively offensive that it effectively denies a person…

Student Rules: Soliciting on Campus

  • Policy Rating
    Green
  • Speech Code Category
    Posting and Distribution Policies
  • Last Updated
The term “solicit” is defined as the taking of orders, sales, rentals or donations. Any solicitation on campus must have the approval of the University Concessions Committee, through the Department of Student Activities, whether such solicitation is by an officially recognized student…

Residence Life Handbook: Harassment

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    Green
  • Speech Code Category
    Harassment Policies
  • Last Updated
The Department of Residence Life will not tolerate verbal or written threats, intimidation, violence or other forms of illegal harassment against any member of the university community.

Student Rules: Appendix XI- Rules on Freedom of Expression

  • Policy Rating
    Green
  • Speech Code Category
    Protest and Demonstration Policies
  • Last Updated
As a public institution of higher learning, Texas A&M University provides forums for the expression of ideas and opinions. These include: Traditional public forums include the University’s public streets, sidewalks, parks, and similar common areas. These areas are generally available for expressive…
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