Sexual contact requires mutual and Affirmative Consent. An incapacitated person (for
example, a person under the influence of drugs or alcohol) may be incapable of giving
consent. Whether an intoxicated person (as a result of using alcohol or other drugs)
is incapacitated depends on the extent to which the alcohol or other drugs impact
the person’s decision-making capacity, awareness of consequences, and ability to make
fully informed judgments.
No one deserves to be sexually assaulted, stalked or victimized in any way.
Don’t engage in any behavior that may be considered Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence,
Dating Violence, Stalking or any other form of Sexual Misconduct or violence.
Never use force, coercion, threats, alcohol or other drugs to engage in sexual activity.
Take responsibility for your actions.
Avoid alcohol and other drugs.
Remember “no” means “No!” and “stop” means “Stop!”
Report incidents of violence (including coercion) to law enforcement and campus authorities.
Discuss Sexual Misconduct, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, and Stalking with friends—speak
out against non-consensual sex or violence and clear up misconceptions.
Don’t mistake submission or silence for Affirmative Consent.