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The procedures outlined below are designed, however, to assure fundamental fairness and to protect individuals from arbitrary or capricious disciplinary action.
All adjudicators, investigators, and Middlebury officials shall conduct their proceedings in the spirit of these principles.
Except as otherwise specified herein, this policy applies to faculty, staff and students, as well as to others who participate in Middlebury’s programs and activities (see Section 2, Definitions: Covered Third Parties, below), including the undergraduate college, the Language Schools, the School of the Environment, Midd Core, Bread Loaf School of English, Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference, Middlebury College Schools Abroad, the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey ("the Institute"), and all other Middlebury on- or off-campus programs.
Information about on-campus and off-campus support services (i.e., counseling, health, victim advocacy, legal assistance and other related services) is provided in Appendix C, below.
Complaint Investigation and Resolution Procedures (A) In General(B) Complaints Directed to the HRO or JAO (includes Rights of Complainants and Rights of Respondents)(C) Complaint Receipt and Review(D) Amnesty(E) Investigation Overview(F) Investigation(G) Determination(H) Sanction(I) Time Frames for the Investigation, Adjudication and Determination of Sanctions(J) Appeals(K) Disposition Without Adjudication 11. Training of Individuals Conducting Investigations and Adjudications 15. Middlebury will take reasonable, prompt and appropriate action to respond to sexual misconduct (including sexual assault), domestic and dating violence and misconduct, stalking and related retaliation where such conduct impacts or has the potential to impact the Middlebury program-based educational, residential, or employment environment of any member of the Middlebury community.If exceptional circumstances dictate variation from these procedures, the variation will not invalidate a decision unless it prevented fundamental fairness.