II (7) (E). Sexual Misconduct

E. Sexual Misconduct

MIT is committed to providing a productive living and learning community in which students can pursue their educational goals. Sexual misconduct undermines this commitment and affects the ability of students to focus on their educational achievement. Therefore, MIT will not tolerate nor condone any form of sexual misconduct. MIT students are prohibited from engaging in sexual misconduct, as defined below. Moreover, MIT may take additional action in response to sexual misconduct as required by state and federal law, including Title IX (see idhr.mit.edu).

No one shall be retaliated against for, in good faith, objecting to a behavior that may violate this policy, reporting a violation of this policy, or participating in the Institute’s complaint resolution procedure in any capacity, including as a complainant, witness, or investigator.

The Sexual Misconduct Section is presented in five sections: