Sexual Misconduct Policy & Resources
At Gonzaga, sexual misconduct is a term used to describe many behaviors including sexual harassment, sexual assault, unwelcome sexual-based communication or contact, sexual exploitation, intimate partner violence, stalking, and/or retaliation based on sex or gender. These behaviors are contrary to Gonzaga’s Mission, values and Ethos Statement. In addition to being prohibited by University policy, sexual misconduct is also prohibited by federal Title IX regulations.
Please use the menu on the left to navigate through this website. You will find information on how to report acts of sexual misconduct, support services for students and employees, information on training and education around sexual misconduct and harassment, as well as information on Gonzaga's Title IX Professionals.