Dating violence may involve a variety of abuses -emotional abuse, physical abuse, sexual abuse, or a combination of these.
This study empirically evaluates the Riggs and O&amp;amp;amp;#39; Leary (1989) model of dating violence.
The College is committed to providing an employment, learning and campus living environment free from discrimination or harassment.
Anyone who may have been subjected to sex or gender-based discrimination or harassment (“gender-based misconduct”), sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence or stalking (together referred to as “misconduct”) is encouraged to report these incidents.
For students, this policy does not cover other violations of the College’s Code of Conduct.
Such matters are handled by a separate process as set forth in the MMC’s Griffin Guide Student Handbook For faculty, this policy solely governs sexual misconduct involving faculty and, as authorized by the Faculty Governance (Article 4, section 8, sub-section 2), supersedes the Faculty Governance.