Conduct No-Contact Order or Stay-Away Requests (Keep Away)
Both the complainant and respondent are eligible for keep-away requests and no-contact orders.
The university can issue “Keep-Away Requests” to address concerns regarding harassment, stalking, bullying and other unwanted attention. “Keep-Away Requests” can be issued even if the student is unsure about pursuing disciplinary action. In cases where a disciplinary complaint alleging sexual misconduct has been initiated, an on-campus “No- Contact Order” will be issued, which prohibiting contact between the parties. Violations of a “Stay-Away Request” or a “No-Contact Order” will result in disciplinary action.
- No Contact Orders are issued when an investigation begins and/or when the Dean of Students believes there is a need for this interim measure
- Students wishing to enact a Stay Away Request or No Contact Order should contact the Dean of Students office
- A "Stay-Away Request" or a "No-Contact Order" expires at the end of the semester in which it was issued unless otherwise specified. A request for renewal can be submitted by all students involved
It is important to note that specific details of these accommodations will be based on the individual's situation and concerns.