Posted Tuesday, January 23, 2018 @ 5:26 PM
As members of the UCF community return to campus for the New Year, they’ll notice a new message advertised on campus: Let’s Be Clear.
Let’s Be Clear messaging will be packaged with phrases about expectations for behavior as well as the availability of support resources for all students and faculty and staff members impacted by sexual and relationship violence.
“Let’s Be Clear supports the university’s goal of creating and maintaining a diverse and inclusive community by taking a strong stance against sexual assault, harassment, stalking, and other forms of relationship violence,” UCF President John C. Hitt said in a message to campus. “We do not tolerate any of those behaviors at UCF.”
Though UCF stands against sexual and relationship violence, the fact that they occur on university campuses and in our society cannot be ignored.
Through Let’s Be Clear, UCF aims to increase disclosure of sexual and relationship violence. The more people who come forward, the more who can be supported by campus and community resources.
Read the full article at UCF Today.