Title IX/VAWA Compliance

Mount Mary University promotes an atmosphere of care and respect grounded in the University’s core values, Christian principles, and mission to develop the whole person. As such, the University has a zero tolerance policy for sexual harassment, violence, and other misconduct. All members and guests of the Mount Mary community are required to conduct themselves in a manner that is respectful of others and does not adversely impact the academic environment, whether based on sex or otherwise.

Sexual harassment, violence, and other misconduct are expressly prohibited by the University and are serious violations of University policy. All complaints of such misconduct will be taken seriously, and no student or employee making a good faith complaint will suffer retaliation or be subject to adverse action by the University. 

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What to Expect When You're Expecting at Mount Mary - Resources for students who are pregnant.

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Mount Mary University (“MMU” or “the university”), sponsored by the School Sisters of Notre Dame, is a Catholic, women’s university, which admits men in certain programs. In the Catholic tradition of caring and respect, Mount Mary is committed to being an inclusive community that educates students from diverse circumstances. 

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Vaccines

Wisconsin state law (Wis. Stat. section 252.09) requires that Mount Mary University provide all students with information on the risks associated with Meningococcal disease and Hepatitis B. 

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Wisconsin state law (Wis. Stat. section 252.09) requires that Mount Mary University provide all students with information on the risks associated with Meningococcal disease and Hepatitis B.

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Campus Emergency Response

Other Policy Information

The Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Amendments of 1989 (amends the Higher Education Act)20 U.S.C. § 1011i;34 C.F.R. § 86.1 et seq.; 55 Fed. Reg. 33,580 (Aug. 16, 1990)

 

This law requires institutions receiving federal financial assistance to establish drug and alcohol abuse prevention programs for students and employees. Students and employees must receive materials annually that contain standards of conduct, a description of the various laws that apply in that jurisdiction regarding alcohol and drugs, a description of the various health risks of drug and alcohol abuse, a description of counseling and treatment programs that are available, and a statement on the sanctions the university will impose for a violation of the standards of conduct.

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