This exposure control plan has been established to define the infection control program for students of Pacific University. The plan includes prevention and a procedure for medical evaluation and treatment of accidental exposure to pathogens. Pathogens include but are not limited to hepatitis B virus (HBV), human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), and tuberculosis (TB). The plan has been developed using OSHA and CDC guidelines.
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Infectious Diseases Policy
Sexual Misconduct Policy
Pacific University is committed to providing a learning environment that affirms the dignity and inherent worth of every member of the student community. The Student Code of Conduct is an overarching set of regulations and procedures designed to protect and foster such a learning environment, and includes within it the Student Sexual Misconduct Policy. Sexual misconduct, in any form, is contrary to the very goals and mission of the university and will not be tolerated. An individual found responsible of violating the University policy on sexual misconduct will be subject to disciplinary action.
Student Code of Conduct
Pacific University is an academic community – a community where the pursuit of knowledge, understanding and skills are the common ideals, which unite us as its members. An academic community in which students, faculty and staff members come together in voluntary association is based upon the fundamental respect members maintain for themselves and for others. Personal integrity is valued above all else, and each community member is expected to maintain integrity in every situation no matter how trivial. Students are required to engage in responsible social conduct that reflects credit upon the University community and to model good citizenship at all times. Preserving the safety and security of students, faculty, staff, and guests is one of the paramount duties of the University. Responsible membership in the community is exemplified by close attention to the safety of one’s fellow members. Toward these ends, the University has established policies, standards and guidelines that collectively define the Student Code of Conduct.
Nothing in these policies or guidelines is designed, nor should be construed to inhibit students’ abilities to strive for true academic freedom or to think, care, create, and pursue justice in our world.
June 26, 2014