Sexual Harassment in Higher Education Posting Options
In order to meet the posting requirements, one of the following options must be selected. The posting options are:
- Post and keep posted at each campus in common area locations easily accessible to all students including, but not limited to residence halls, administration buildings, student unions, cafeterias, and libraries; or
- Post annually at each campus in common area locations easily accessible to all students including, but not limited to, residence halls, administration buildings, student unions, cafeterias, and libraries, with an electronic copy of the sexual harassment laws and policies also sent to each student at the time registration materials are emailed; or
- On campuses that provide for online registration of student classes, such information pertaining to sexual harassment laws and policies may be included with the registration materials so that students must review and acknowledge receipt prior to registering.
Explore the poster links below to print a poster or a pair of posters. Any or all of the three posters may be chosen. Each photo poster is paired with language to explain the new posting law, Public Act 96-574. Provided within the text is a live field for information (name of contact, agency, etc.) to be provided by each institution.
Electronic Posting Compliance
Sexual Harassment in Education Brochure
In addition, IDHR has prepared the following brochures to help inform and strengthen understanding of sexual harassment law in Illinois.