Queen's Sexual Violence Prevention & Response

Sexual Violence Prevention and Response
Sexual Violence Prevention and Response

Policies & Committees

Policy on Sexual Violence Involving Queen’s University Students

The university recognizes that the issue of sexual violence on university campuses is an evolving issue. The university will revisit its policy, the policy's associated resources, and other related university policies, as appropriate, to respond to the evolving landscape. In any event, the policy will be reviewed every three years, in consultation with students.

Queen's Sexual Assault Policy December 2016 (540 KB)

Harassment and Discrimination

Student Conduct

Queen's Student Code of Conduct policy is the foundation for the university's non-academic misconduct system (NAM), which provides a process for identifying and addressing misconduct within the Queen's community.

Sexual Violence Prevention and Response Working Group

The Sexual Violence Prevention and Response Working Group was established in 2013 as a network of students, faculty and staff who convened to mobilize efforts to prevent and respond to sexual assault on campus, and to effect change at the individual, institutional and cultural levels, to contribute to a safer campus environment.

External resources