To protect the safety of students and campus personnel from the novel coronavirus and the COVID-19 outbreak, Union College has followed the guidance of government and public health leaders to reduce density and in-person interactions on its campus. During these unprecedented times, the College continues to serve the campus community. Most of the College’s operations are now being conducted remotely, including implementation of the College’s sexual misconduct policy. To learn more about how Union College is committed to providing all members of our community a fair and impartial process, please follow this link.
Guidance for the Union College Community during the time of COVID-19 with respect to the College's Sexual Misconduct Policy
Union College is committed to promoting a welcoming campus environment where sexual misconduct in all forms is strictly prohibited and recognized as unacceptable. If you have or someone you know has been sexually assaulted or subjected to sexual harassment, relationship violence or stalking, there are numerous avenues of support and options you can pursue.
We encourage you to seek help even if you are not sure if sexual misconduct has occurred, and to report any form of sexual misconduct. Of course, we understand that students who have been drinking or taking other drugs at the time may be hesitant to report, but note that the College will grant you amnesty from any alcohol or other drug policy violation.