Harper College will be closed on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Monday, Jan. 17. Remote instruction will be extended through the first two weeks of the semester. On-campus offices are closed and student services are being provided virtually through January 29. In-person classes and services will resume January 31. The Health and Recreation Center remains open. Learn more

Outcomes: Sanctions, Consequences, and Remedies

Students found responsible for violating the sexual and gender-based misconduct policy may face sanctions as outlined in the Student Code of Conduct, up to and including expulsion and a ban from accessing the campus. Other sanctions include: warning, disciplinary probation, suspension, and educational activities.

Employees found responsible for violating the sexual and gender-based misconduct policy are subject to discipline, up to and including termination.  Other consequences for employees include verbal warning, written warning, and three day suspension without pay. While usually the College utilizes a progressive discipline system for employees, suspension, dismissal, or termination of employment may result as the first step for more serious offenses, as determined by the Chief Human Resources Officer.   

In addition to consequences for individuals, there may be additional outcomes for student organizations, areas of campus, and offices/departments where concerns or patterns have been identified.  These outcomes can include additional education, monitoring, or proposed policy or procedural changes.

Resolution Process

Last Updated: 11/10/21