The College will implement initial interim and responsive and/or protective actions upon notice of alleged harassment, retaliation and/or discrimination. Such measures could include but are not limited to: no contact orders, providing counseling and/or medical services, transportation assistance, academic support, living arrangement adjustments, providing a campus escort, academic or work schedule and assignment modifications, safety planning, referral to campus and community support resources.
The College will take additional prompt interim and/or disciplinary action with respect to any member of the community, guest or visitor who has been found to engage in harassing or discriminatory behavior or retaliation. Procedures for handling reported incidents are fully described below. Deliberately false and/or malicious accusations of harassment, as opposed to grievances which, even if erroneous, are made in good faith, are just as serious an offense as harassment and will be subject to appropriate disciplinary action.