Interim Protective Measures

Interim protective measures are actions taken while and investigation is in process. Examples of such actions may include, but are not limited to:

  • adjusting academic deadlines, course schedules, etc.
  • arranging in-class changes to groups, seating, etc.
  • issuing a no-contact directive
  • restricting access to specific locations
  • issuing interim suspensions
  • adjusting work schedule/location
  • referring to counseling and health services
  • reporting incidents to local police/prosecutors
  • providing campus escorts


Modifications are actions taken in an effort to mitigate any negative impact on a person’s ability to continue their education or participate in their (campus) employment. Examples of modifications may include, but are not limited to:

  • everything listed under Interim Protective Measures
  • “safe hours” – negotiated hours to access specific locations
  • safety plan – designated parking lots and/or walking paths on campus
  • ability to drop class after deadline
  • negotiated incompletes for a course

Other Remedies

  • Public Safety escort to and from locations on campus
  • counseling services
  • referral to community agencies and advocacy groups
  • assistance filing a report with law enforcement
  • assistance with financial aid and registration appeals

Last Updated November 18, 2020