Freedom from Harassment
Convention of Students' Rights, Articles 3-5
3 - Every student has a right to the safeguard of his or her dignity and a right to be protected by the College against upsetting conduct displayed by a representative of the College acting in an official capacity.
4.1. - Every student has a right to be free from a sexual solicitation or advance made by a person in a position to offer or deny to the student an academic advantage or any opportunity pertaining to the status of student..
4.2. - Every student has a right to be free from a reprisal or threat of reprisal for the rejection of a sexual solicitation or advance where the reprisal is made or threatened by a person in a position to offer or deny to the student an academic advantage or any opportunity pertaining to the status of student.
5 - The College ESLG has an obligation to ensure that administrative decisions are made, or actions taken, with fair consideration to the known and legitimate interests of students.
Code of Ethics for Students, Article 4.1, Paragraphs 1-2
1. Behavior which causes personal hurt, offend or inconvenience to another person, or which causes damage to the property and order of the College within and outside the
2. Behavior that affects the rights of other students and other members of the College community in enjoying their right to peaceful learning in the College premise. Such behavior includes concern or distribution of materials that may threaten or abuse another person on religious, sexual or ethnic grounds;