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Risk management is everyone's responsibility.  Students are expected to be complicit with College and University policy.  Student leaders are responsible for the general welfare and safety of students who participate in their organization's meetings, events and trips.

SEXUAL MISCONDUCT
BEHAVIORAL RESPONSE TEAM
HAZING
DRUGS AND ALCOHOL
CLUB MEMBERSHIP AND STUDENT BEHAVIOR
CONTACT INFORMATION


SEXUAL MISCONDUCT

Sexual misconduct is illegal. It is a form of sex discrimination in violation of Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, Title IX of the Education Amendments Act if 1972 and the official policy of The City University of New York. The City University of New York issued a policy in 1982 which was revised and reissued in December 2014. The policy prohibits sexual harassment of faculty, staff and students.
Policy Statement
Every member of The City University of New York community, including students, employees and visitors, deserves the opportunity to live, learn and work free from sexual harassment, gender-based harassment and sexual violence.
A. Prohibited Conduct
A. Sexual Harassment, Gender-Based Harassment and Sexual Violence
B. Retaliation
This policy prohibits retaliation against any person who reports sexual harassment, gender-based harassment or sexual violence, assists someone making such a report, or participates in any manner in an investigation or resolution of a sexual harassment, gender-based harassment or sexual violence complaint.
C. Certain Intimate Relationships
This policy also prohibits certain intimate relationships when they occur between a faculty member or employee and any student for whom he or she has a professional responsibility.
The full CUNY Policy on Sexual Misconduct can be found at the following link http://www.cuny.edu/about/administration/offices/la/Policy-on-Sexual-Misconduct-12-1-14-with-links.pdf

 

HUNTER COLLEGE BEHAVIORAL RESPONSE TEAM

Hunter College is committed to the health and safety of the student body, and maintaining a productive learning and working environment. The Hunter College Behavioral Response Team is a group of professionals dedicated to providing support and assistance to students in crisis or in distress.
The BRT promotes a culture of mutual support and collaboration and is a resource designed for all students, faculty, staff, and administrators.

 

HAZING
Hazing is a serious offense and will not be tolerated.  Any individual or student group found to be involved in hazing might be subject to organization suspension, disciplinary action and/or criminal prosecution.

HAZING DEFINED
From stophazing.org
"Hazing" refers to any activity expected of someone joining a group (or to maintain full status in a group) that humiliates, degrades or risks emotional and/or physical harm, regardless of the person's willingness to participate.  In years past, hazing practices were typically considered harmless pranks or comical antics associated with young men in college fraternities.

 

DRUGS AND ALCOHOL 

CUNY STANDARDS OF CONDUCT
The unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensation, possession, or use of drugs or alcohol by anyone on CUNY property (including CUNY residence halls), in CUNY buses or vans, or at CUNY-sponsored activities is prohibited. In order to make informed choices about the use of drugs and alcohol, CUNY students and employees are expected to familiarize themselves with the information provided by CUNY about the physiological, psychological, and social consequences of substance abuse.

NYS GOVERNOR'S OFFICE OPIATE\HEROIN INITIATIVE
CUNY has joined the New York State Governor's Office in an important initiative to address a recent increase in heroin overdose. Heroin is an opiate, a class of drugs that is derived from the poppy plant. All opiate abuse, including many prescription painkillers, can lead to addiction, overdose and even death.  If you or someone you know is abusing heroin or prescription painkillers, CUNY's Mental Health and Wellness Offices can provide educational resources and referrals to organizations that can help. In addition, selected CUNY health and public safety staff are being trained to administer Naloxone, a drug used to counter the effects of opioid overdose and prevent death. For immediate help, visit your local emergency room, or call the OASAS HOPEline at 1-877-846-7369 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to speak with a trained medical professional. HOPEline staff can answer your questions and help you find treatment. All calls are free and confidential.

 

CLUB MEMBERSHIP AND STUDENT BEHAVIOR
Student club members and officers are expected to be complicit with University, College and club policies.  Please communicate policies to club members and encourage them to report any violations of policies, harassment, violence, threats, etc.  Any instances where club members have violated policies, harassed others and/or have become a threat to students or themselves must be reported.  Clubs may not suspend or terminate membership without administrative due process.  Please follow up with the Office of Student Activities at 212-772-4908 or twooten@hunter.cuny.edu once you have filed a report.

 

CONTACT INFORMATION

Behavioral Issues -
Behavioral Response Team
212-396-6648
brt@hunter.cuny.edu

Criminal Activity-
Public Safety
212-772-4444

Discrimination-
Office of Diversity and Compliance
212-650-3262
john.rose@hunter.cuny.edu

Emergencies -
Public Safety
212-772-4444

Hazing -
Teneia Wooten
212-772-4908
twooten@hunter.cuny.edu

Personal Counseling-
212.772.4931
PersonalCounseling@hunter.cuny.edu
Room 1123E

Sexual Assault, Sexual Violence and Harassment-
John Rose john.rose@hunter.cuny.edu
Eija Ayravainen eija.ayravainen@hunter.cuny.edu
Joseph Foelsch jf1128@hunter.cuny.edu

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