Sexual Misconduct

At Gonzaga, sexual misconduct is a term used to describe many behaviors including sexual harassment, sexual assault, unwelcome sexual-based communication or contact, intimate partner violence, sexual exploitation, and retaliation based on sex or gender.  These behaviors run 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.

For more information on the University's Sexual Misconduct and Harassment Policy, how to report sexual misconduct, and resources and support available, please visit the Sexual Misconduct Policy and Resources website.