Geographic Jurisdiction

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To fall within the jurisdiction of these procedures, the act of discrimination or harassment must have been committed against a Rhodes student or employee by another Rhodes student or employee (a) on College-owned or leased property or (b) at a College-related function. Because students may also be sanctioned for conduct which constitutes a hazard to the health, safety, or well being of members of the College community or which is detrimental to the College’s interest whether such conduct occurs on campus, off campus or at College-sponsored events, the College reserves the right to pursue disciplinary action of off-campus incidents on a case by case basis.