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Georgia Perimeter College strictly prohibits any acts of sexual misconduct (including
assault or harassment) against any member of the student body—including student-to-
student sexual misconduct originating on and off campus- faculty, staff, administration,
or visitors to campus, whether that person is a guest, patron, or independent contractor.
Sexual misconduct includes, but is not limited to: sexual harassment, rape, assault to
commit rape, sexual battery, aggravated sexual battery, object rape, statutory rape,
sodomy, aggravated sodomy, public indecency, unwanted touching, and stalking.
In compliance with the state law, Georgia Perimeter College requires mandatory reporting
to the appropriate external authorities of Sexual misconduct incidents involving children
ages17 years and under.
Engaging in retaliatory acts against a person who reports an alleged violation of this
policy or testifies, assists, or participates in a conduct proceeding or investigation is strictly
Sexual misconduct occurring through the use of electronic and/or digital media is also
prohibited. Electronic and digital media includes, but is not limited to: computers, personal
data devices, or other tools that can be used for Internet Access, E-mail or transmission of
messages via various social media (such as Twitter, Facebook, or any blogs), any type of
phone that can transmit calls, text messages, instant messages or access the Internet, or
any other means of electronic communication.
Under this policy, the College will maintain confidentiality insofar as it does not interfere with
the College’s legal obligation or ability to investigate allegations of misconduct when brought
to its attention and take corrective action when it is found that misconduct has occurred.
Questions pertaining to this policy may be directed to the Title IX Coordinator, located in
the Office of Human Resources or the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights.
All users of the Georgia Perimeter College computer systems and networks are subject to
state and federal laws involving computer fraud, data theft, privacy, software piracy, copyright
infringement, etc., including the Georgia Computer Systems Protection Act. They are also
prohibited fromengaging in (1) academic dishonesty involving Georgia Perimeter College
computer systems, (2) disruption and destruction of computer facilities and (3) violation of
licenses and copyright agreements, Georgia Perimeter College policies, and state or federal laws.
Academic honesty is defined in the Georgia Perimeter College Student Conduct Code.
Examples of this type of behavior involving computing resources include, but are not
limited to:
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