Rights of Parties Involved


Both the complainant and respondent are afforded rights within this policy, including:

  • Written statement of the allegations and charges.
  • Written notice of the date, time, and place of investigative interviews and no sooner than 2 business days prior to the interview.
  • Equal opportunity to access, and present evidence to the Investigators.
  • Reasonable accommodation(s) as determined by Disabilities Resources.
  • Information regarding the status of a report and anticipated resolution timeline.
  • The ability to request that the investigation/interviews be postponed for good cause.
    • For Title IX matters, a request for postponement must be made no less than two business days prior to the scheduled time of the hearing and must be made in writing to the Title IX Coordinator.
    • For Sexual Misconduct matters, a request for postponement can be made at any time prior to the final decision.
  • An advisor of their choosing. 
  • The opportunity to receive and respond to the information related to the charge(s).
  • The opportunity to provide information on their own behalf.
  • The opportunity to provide witnesses on their own behalf.
  • Written, final outcome of the investigation, including level of responsibility for each policy violation, outcomes (if applicable), and information on the appeals process.

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