Discrimination, Harassment, and Sexual Misconduct

Princeton University is committed to maintaining an environment free of all forms of harassment, discrimination, and sexual misconduct. All members of the Faculty, academic professionals (Professional Librarians, Professional Researchers, Professional Specialists) and non-academic staffs are responsible for helping to insure a community free of such prohibited conduct. The information provided in the Rules and Procedures of the Faculty describes the University’s policies prohibiting discrimination, harassment, and sexual misconduct. It also explains the processes through which complaints by or against members of these groups may be brought forward, as well as descriptions of the central roles played by "harassment resolution facilitators" and "confidential resources" in the resolution process. The full text of the University’s Nondiscrimination/Anti-Harassment Policy and Procedures, prohibiting discrimination and harassment, can be accessed here. The full text of the University’s statement prohibiting sex discrimination and sexual misconduct can be accessed here.