Policy Information

CSU Systemwide Sex Discrimination, Sexual Harassment, Sexual Misconduct, Dating and Domestic Violence, and Stalking Policy; Executive Order 1095

Policy and Procedures for Employees and Third Parties; Executive Order 1096

Policy and Procedures for Students; Executive Order 1097

 Investigation and Hearing Process for Students Accused of Sexual Misconduct

Information Regarding SF State, Criminal and Civil Consequences of Committing Acts of Sexual Violence

Individuals alleged to have committed sexual assault may face criminal prosecution by law enforcement and may incur penalties as a result of civil litigation. In addition, SF State employees and students may face discipline/sanctions at campus. SF State employees may face sanctions up to and including dismissal from employment, per established CSU policies and provisions of applicable collective bargaining unit agreements.

SF State students charged with sexual discrimination, harassment or violence will be subject to discipline, pursuant to the CSU Student Conduct Procedures (see Executive Order 1098) and will be subject to appropriate sanctions. In addition, during any investigation, SF State may implement interim measures in order to maintain a safe and non-discriminatory educational environment. Such measures may include immediate interim suspension from the university, required move from university-owned or affiliated housing, adjustment to course schedule, or prohibition from contact with parties involved in the alleged incident.