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Investigation/Grievance Administrative Policy and Procedures

Title IX Investigation/Grievance Administrative Policy and Procedures

The Title IX Investigation/Grievance Administrative Policy and Procedures addresses Stanford University’s responsibilities under Title IX and the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013. Title IX prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex (gender) in educational programs and activities and programs that receive federal assistance. Similarly, the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013 section 304 requires that universities have procedures in place to respond to matters of sexual assault, relationship (dating) violence and stalking. This policy covers student-related concerns of sexual harassment, sexual assault and sexual misconduct, relationship (dating) violence and stalking (collectively Prohibited Conduct) between students, regardless of whether the alleged Prohibited Conduct occurred on or off of campus. Learn more about the policy and procedures by clicking the link at the beginning of this paragraph.

Deans Alternate Misconduct Review Process and Procedures (ARP)

Dean's Alternate Misconduct Review Process and Procedures (ARP): An act of sexual misconduct or sexual assault is a violation of the Fundamental Standard governing student behavior at Stanford University. The Office of Community Standards investigates all formal complaints of student misconduct, including allegations of sexual misconduct and sexual assault, and files formal charges if the evidence supports the allegation. Learn more about the policy and procedures by clicking the link at the beginning of this paragraph.