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Forms > Sexual Harassment Policy

Recent Supreme Court decisions have brought the issue of sexual harassment into sharper focus in institutions of higher education, which must meet certain standards should a claim of sexual harassment be lodged. It is critical that all employees and students be well informed of our policy and procedures for handling concerns. Your acknowledgment indicates that you have read FSU's policy on sexual harassment and understand your rights and responsibility regarding the policy.

To view a copy of the complete policy, click here: FSU PN 1.004: Sexual Harassment

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  • I have the right to work in an environment free from sexual harassment;
  • I have a responsibility not to engage in behaviors that constitute sexual harassment;
  • If I feel I am being harassed, I have the right to communicate this directly to the harasser, a non-involved supervisor, or the Director of the Office of ADA/EEO Compliance; and
  • I have the right and responsibility to report an allegation of harassment on my behalf and any other that I become aware of to the FSU Director of Compliance, ADA/EEO.
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In support of Frostburg State University's commitment to maintain a positive, productive work environment that is free from any form of harassment and to provide all employees with the knowledge and skills needed to fulfill their responsibilities, FSU requires all new employees to complete an online training program entitled Preventing Sexual Harassment within 30 days of employment at FSU. You can access the training course by going to or by using the quick link on the Office of Human Resources web site.

The online course takes approximately 45 minutes to complete, including the required mastery test.

  • Select the appropriate training module for your position (Faculty, Supervisory, or Non-supervisory).
  • Upon completion of the reading section you will be required to take a 15-question mastery test. The test will be automatically scored.
  • Faculty and Supervisory staff must achieve a score of 86% or higher.
  • Non- supervisory staff must achieve a score of 80% or higher. 
    Any employee who does not achieve the required score may simply retake the test.
  • After successfully completing the mastery test, enter your full name and department. The program will create a certificate of completion with your name and test score. Print the certificate and send a signed copy to the Office of Human Resources for your personnel file.
  • The Office of Human Resources is automatically notified of your test results as soon as you successfully complete the training.