Respect for Others
All of Princeton's rules for University-wide conduct rest on the basis of respect for others. In order to have an open intellectual and residential community in which all members can participate equally, each member must be tolerant of others' personal characteristics and beliefs. Additionally, professional camaraderie requires that the atmosphere is free of hostile and harassing behavior. Respect for others is a condition of employment and enrollment at Princeton, and University disciplinary sanctions may be imposed if these standards for behavior are not met.See the full policy on respect for others in "Rights, Rules, Responsibilities."