FY 2020 Staff Handbook

Back to Top 81 | Page confidentially through the university Counseling Center and the Student Health Center. How to Report an Incident: A responsible employee who receives a report of sexual misconduct must report it to the Title IX Coordinator through the Sexual Misconduct Webline at: tim.txstate.edu/sexualmisconductwebline . A responsible employee should not share information with law enforcement without the Victim’s consent. If Sexual Misconduct Is Reported: If you receive a report of sexual misconduct, contact the Title IX Coordinator immediately. Responsible employees are required, by policy, to report it to the Title IX Coordinator. Contact Information: In order to address concerns related to Sexual Misconduct at Texas State University, please contact the Title IX Coordinator, Ameerah McBride, J.D. in the Office of Equity and Inclusion at 512.245.2539, by emai l TitleIX@txstate.edu o r in person at J.C. Kellam 164. SOLICITATION UPPS No. 07.04.03 It is the policy of Texas State to prohibit solicitation and distribution on its premises or through campus mail by non-employees. Texas State limits solicitation and distribution on its premises because, when left unrestricted, such activities can interfere with the normal operations of Texas State, can be detrimental to efficiency, can be distracting, and can pose a threat to security. All managers are responsible for administering this policy and for enforcing its provisions. Speak with your supervisor for further assistance or contact Human Resources. TOBACCO AND SMOKING POLICY UPPS No. 04.05.02 Smoking Restrictions: Texas State is a tobacco-free campus. Smoking and the use of any tobacco product, including smokeless tobacco, electronic cigarettes, vaporizers, pipes, and hookahs, is not permitted on