City University of Seattle is an educational community bound by commons standards of conduct. The University recognizes that in order to fulfill its mission it must provide an educational environment that is free from discriminatory practices. City University of Seattle considers sex discrimination in all its forms to be a serious offense. This policy refers to all forms of sex discrimination including but not limited to: unfair treatment based on sex, sexual harassment, sexual assault, sexual misconduct, and sexual violence by students, employees, or third parties.

In compliance with Title IX, the University provides:

To ensure the safety of the University community, which includes all staff, faculty, students, interns, volunteers, University-affiliated board members and visitors, offenders of this policy may be subject to appropriate campus adjudication processes through the appropriate City University of Seattle policy. All reported instances of sexual discrimination will be investigated and appropriate disciplinary, criminal, and/or legal action will be taken.

RESPONSIBILITIES FOR Investigation: