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Louisiana State University of Alexandria does not discriminate on the basis or race, color, creed, or religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, gender identity, age, genetics information, physical or mental disability, status as a protected veteran, or any other non-merit fact in the admission to, participation in, or employment in the programs and activities which the University operates.
The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies:
Daniel Manuel, M.A.
Title IX Coordinator
8100 Hwy 71 South
Alexandria, LA 71302
Consent is the clear, knowing and voluntary demonstration, through mutually understandable words or actions, of willingness to engage in a specific sexual activity and any conditions on the activity. It is active, not passive, and silence, absent actions evidencing permission, is not consent.
Responsibility for obtaining consent lies with the individual initiating the sexual activity. Consent can be withdrawn by any person at any time. A current or previous consensual intimate relationship between people does not imply consent.
To give consent, a person must be of legal age. Consent cannot be obtained through coercion, fraud, or from a person who an alleged offender knows or should reasonably know is incapacitated.
Sexual misconduct is a sexual act or contact of a sexual nature that occurs, regardless of personal relationship, without the consent of the other person(s), or that occurs when the person(s) is unable to give consent or whose consent is coerced or obtained in a fraudulent manner.
Sexual misconduct includes, but is not limited to, sexual abuse, violence of a sexual nature, sexual harassment, non-consensual sexual intercourse, sexual exploitation, video voyeurism, or the obtaining, posting or disclosure of intimate descriptions, photos, or videos without the express consent of the persons depicted therein, as well as dating violence, domestic violence and stalking.
Students have multiple options for reporting an incident of sexual harassment or sex discrimination. Please note that all University employees, with the exceptions listed in numbers 1 and 2 below, are required to report any incident of sexual harassment or discrimination they learn about.
The process once an incident has been reported and options available to those filing complaints are outlined in LSU’s PM 73: Title IX Policy Prohibiting Sexual Misconduct.