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University’s Employee Handbook. The victim has the right to speak with someone concerning the outcome.


 The right to full and prompt cooperation from North Greenville University personnel in obtaining, securing, and maintaining evidence (including medical examination) as may be necessary for proof of criminal sexual assault in subsequent legal proceedings.


 The right to be made aware of and assisted in exercising any options as provided by State and Federal laws or regulations with regard to mandatory testing of sexual assault suspects for communicable diseases and with regard to notification to victims of the results of such testing.


 The right to counseling from any mental health services previously established by North Greenville University, by other victim-service entities, or by services acquired by victims themselves.


 After campus assaults have been reported, the victims of such crimes shall have the right to require that North Greenville University authorities take the necessary steps or actions reasonably feasible to prevent any unnecessary or unwanted contact with or proximity to reported assailants, including immediate relocation of the reported victim to safe and secure alternative housing and transfer of classes if so requested by the victim.


 In addition, students, whether sexual assault victims or not, have a right to habitability in on-campus housing accommodations for which North Greenville University may receive any compensation, direct or indirect. Substantiated violations of these provisions shall be corrected by campus personnel with relocation of the complainant to acceptable, safe, and secure alternative housing as soon as possible, unless conditions warrant other immediate action by campus personnel.


 Confidentiality or name and other identifying information is not guaranteed. Revised February 9, 2016


Survivors shall be notified of their options to notify law enforcement.


o Accuser and accused must have the same opportunity to have others present. o Both parties shall be informed of the outcome of any disciplinary proceeding. o Survivors shall be notified of counseling services. o Survivors shall be notified of options for changing academic and living situations.


 The victim can decline to notify any law enforcement authority.  If the victim chooses to contact law enforcement authorities, campus authorities are able to assist in the notification of law enforcement authorities.


 Title IX prohibits retaliation against an individual who, in good faith, asserts his or her rights under Title IX or other applicable federal laws and state laws prohibiting illegal discrimination.


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