Write down the details - who, when, where, what was said or done, any witnesses, etc. Be as specific as possible. Report discrimination/harassment to the Office of Equity and Access (5-2539) or another University official. A formal complaint form is posted as an attachment to both the Texas State University System Sexual Misconduct Policy and 04.04.46.
Students who believe they have experienced discrimination, harassment, or retaliation by faculty, staff, or contractors should report their concerns to the Office of Equity and Access.
Complaint forms are located on the Equity and Access website or you can access one by clicking here.
Any behavior which is sufficiently offensive, severe, or pervasive, that may include:
a. intentional and unwelcome touching of a sexual nature;
b. explicit or implicit propositions to engage in sexual activity;
c. gratuitous comments of a sexual nature such as explicit statements, questions, jokes, anecdotes or remarks of a sexual nature about a person's clothing or body;
d. remarks about sexual activities or speculation about sexual experiences;
e. exposure to gratuitous sexually suggestive visual displays such as photographs, graffiti, posters, calendars, or other materials;
f. deliberate physical interference with or restriction of an individual's movements;
g. persistent, unwanted sexual or romantic attention;
h. subtle or overt pressure for sexual favors; or
i. deliberate, repeated humiliation or intimidation that is sexual in nature.