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Consent and Sexual Assault: Home

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What is Consent?

According to CCBC's Office of Student Conduct, consent is defined as:

"The term “consent” means willingly and knowingly agreeing to engage in mutually understood sexual conduct. Consent must be mutual and ongoing, offered freely and knowingly, and cannot be given by a person who is incapacitated, as described below."  Title IX 

For more information on consent and other Title IX provisions, please see the Title IX web site

Not Anymore:  CCBC's Online Sexual Assault Prevention Training Program 

 

 

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