Stanford's 1.7 policy addresses different aspects of inappropriate gender-based or sexual behavior.
If you think someone has crossed a line, you have several options for getting help:
Stanford's policies and Title IX provide students with broad protections from unlawful sexual harassment and sexual misconduct. Read more
Education and awareness are the best ways to prevent sexual harassment. Different courses are available. The course you should take is determined by your role at Stanford: faculty, staff, and other members of the university community.
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