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Unformatted text preview: s or activities that,
when taken as a whole, cause the victim to reasonably
believe that his or her safety is at risk and/or materially
affect the learning experience or participation in the university community. This policy applies to students, faculty, staff, contractors,
and visitors, as well as the behaviors and activities that
occur both on and off campus.
The university is committed to protecting the rights
of all individuals to pursue their intellectual, vocational,
and personal interest without harassment or interference.
The university is also committed to providing an environment in which visitors to and members of the campus
community are treated with dignity, respect, and regard
for their welfare, privacy, and learning needs.
Depending upon the context, stalking may take many
forms, including, but not limited to,
I Unwanted communication or contact (whether faceto-face, telephone, voicemail, e-mail, U.S. mail, or
unwanted gifts or otherwise)
I Use of threatening gestures
I Pursuing or following
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