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Domestic Violence

The College Standards of Conduct include a number of behaviors that could be considered as “domestic violence” in some circumstances. Domestic violence (or “relationship abuse”) can be defined as physical, sexual, verbal, emotional or financial abuse between people who are, or have been, in a relationship. It can involve verbal threats, physical contact such as punching or slapping, sexual assault, or other targeted violent behavior. If you have any concerns about domestic violence or believe you may be a victim of domestic violence, please contact the Sexual Abuse Awareness Program Coordinator at (603)646-3456 or (603) 646-9430.

Last Updated: 10/5/09