Campus Policies

San Diego State University, and all other CSU campuses, prohibit discrimination, harassment and retaliation against its campus community, including students, staff, faculty, and third parties. The CSU’s governed policies regarding these matters, in addition to sexual misconduct, dating and domestic violence, and stalking are outlined below. 

Employees, Applicants for Employment, and Third Parties

CSU Executive Order 1096 is the systemwide policy prohibiting discrimination, harassment, retaliation, sexual misconduct, dating and domestic violence, and stalking against employees and third parties and procedure for addressing such complaints by employees and third parties (Revised August 14, 2020).

Student employees reporting allegations arising out of the person’s university work environment (while they are acting as an employee) shall be handled under Executive Order 1096.

Applicants for employment may use the procedure outlined in Executive Order 1096 to address discrimination, harassment, retaliation, sexual misconduct, dating or domestic violence, or stalking that occurred during their application process.

CSU Executive Order 1096 links: 

In addition to the CSU procedures listed above, applicants or employees may also file complaints of discrimination based on a protected status with these external agencies:

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Students

CSU Executive Order 1097 is the systemwide policy prohibiting discrimination, harassment and retaliation, sexual misconduct, dating and domestic violence, and stalking against students and procedure for addressing such complaints by students (Revised August 14, 2020).

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