Princeton University does not tolerate sexual misconduct. Sexual misconduct is harmful to the well-being of our community members, the learning/working environment on our campus, and the collegial relationships among our students, faculty, and staff. In seeking to create a community free from sexual misconduct, the University expects all members of the University community to take responsibility for their actions in the realm of sexual activity and encourages the reporting of sexual misconduct.
All forms of sexual misconduct are regarded as serious University offenses and violations are likely to result in discipline, including the possibility of suspension or expulsion from the University’s programs or activities, or termination of employment. To that end, the University defines the conduct that constitutes sexual misconduct, and it outlines the resources and processes for addressing incidents of sexual misconduct. Princeton has a comprehensive program to prevent sexual misconduct.
The full text of the Sexual Misconduct Policy and related disciplinary procedures can be found in Rights, Rules, Responsibilities and may be viewed online.