Important Updates

To align with university directives and help prevent the spread of COVID-19, all in-person activities, events and programs must be in compliance with University COVID safety protocols. Refer to the Campus Maize & Blueprint for the most up-to-date guidance.

Effective September 14, 2021 the Children on Campus policy has been expanded to include all study team members who interact with children as research participants.

Establishing Boundaries

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  • Do not engage in any sexual activity, make sexual comments, tell sexual jokes, or share sexually explicit material with minors or assist in any way to provide access to such material to minors
  • Do not engage in or allow minors to engage you in romantic or sexual conversations or related matters, unless required to do so in the role of resident advisor, counselor, or healthcare provider
  • Do not touch minors in a manner that a reasonable person could interpret as inappropriate
    • Touching should generally only be in the open and in response to the child’s needs, for a purpose that is consistent with program mission and culture, or for a clear educational, developmental, or health-related purpose (e.g., treatment of an injury). Any resistance from the minor should be respected.
  • Do not invite individual minors to your home or to other private locations
    • Any exceptions require authorization by the program administrator and written authorization by a parent/guardian
  • Do not provide gifts to minors or their families independent of items provided by
    the program.