Harassment is a form of unlawful discrimination. Bryan College of Health Sciences is committed to creating and maintaining an environment in which all members of the College community are treated with respect and dignity, and are free from verbal or physical harassment. Faculty, students and staff are responsible for maintaining an educational and working environment that is congruent with the mission, vision, purpose and goals of the College.
Verbal or physical harassment of any member of the College is a violation of College policy. Appropriate disciplinary action will be taken against any person found to have violated the policy.
Sexual harassment is a form of sexual discrimination and is a violation of state and federal laws. Sexual harassment is distinguished from voluntary sexual relationships by the introduction of the element of coercion, threat, hostility, or unwanted attention of a sexual nature. Such behavior constitutes an offense that may lead to disciplinary action by the College.