As a Christian institution, Graceland University seeks to foster relationships that reflect mutual concern, dignity, and individual worth. Consistent with its religious heritage and commitment to a healthful life-style, Graceland values and promotes an environment free of harassment and exploitation in sexual relationships.
EDUCATIONAL & PREVENTION PROGRAMS
In an effort to prevent sexual harassment and proactively address these issues, Graceland University has engaged in the following educational programs:
- New students are required to complete an online orientation program about issues related to sexual responsibility, sexual assault and sexual harassment.
- Campus Counselor presents programs in men's and women's residence halls each semester to educate students about sexual health (STD's, birth control, sexual responsibility and sexual safety).
- Literature about sexual health and safety is available to students from the Professional Personal Counselor and the local medical clinic.