Respect -- respect for oneself and respect for others -- is an essential quality of a principled leader.
The documents linked to this page (below) are part of the communications plan for The Citadel's Values and Respect Program.
- Posted: Thursday, March 22, 2007 05:50 pm EDTThe Values and Respect Program is a college-wide initiative to strengthen our character development process within The Citadel Experience. Envisioned as an integrated, co-curricular program, this effort focuses on The Citadel's Core Values and the concept of Respect for oneself and others.Posted: Thursday, March 22, 2007 10:53 am EDTThe task force organized to implement the Values and Respect Program is made up of five councils: sexual assault, prevention and response; substance abuse; physical effectiveness; human dignity; and leader development and honor.Posted: Thursday, August 24, 2006 02:10 pm EDTThe Citadel has very specific definitions of Sexual Harassment and Sexual Assault outlined in our college regulations and policies. These definitions serve as the standard to help educate and inform members of The Citadel Family (Cadets, Parents, Faculty/Staff, alumni, etc.). It is important to remember that these definitions outline a wide range of behavior and actions; from seemingly small to the most severe.Posted: Thursday, August 24, 2006 11:35 am EDTAt the request of Citadel President John W. Rosa, a survey regarding sexual harassment, sexual assault and related leadership issues was conducted in April and May 2006 at The Citadel. This Fact Sheet summarizes the survey results, a national comparison with other colleges and universities, a set of conclusions drawn, and the next steps to be taken.Posted: Tuesday, August 22, 2006 03:15 pm EDTIn response to a request from Lt Gen Rosa, The Citadel conducted a survey regarding climate, values, sexual assault, sexual harassment, and related leadership challenges. The Citadel survey was based on the Sexual Assault and Leadership survey, conducted by the Inspector General of the Department of Defense at all three Service Academies in March/April 2004.Posted: Tuesday, August 22, 2006 02:42 pm EDTIn this open letter, Lt Gen Rosa describes The Citadel's Values and Respect Program, and requests the active participation of Citadel alumni and other friends of The Citadel.Posted: Friday, August 18, 2006 11:06 am EDTIn this open letter, Lt Gen Rosa describes The Citadel's Values and Respect Program, and requests the active participation of parents of upper class cadets.Posted: Monday, July 31, 2006 03:31 pm EDTIn this open letter, Lt Gen Rosa describes The Citadel's Values and Respect Program, and requests the active participation of parents of fourth class cadets.Posted: Monday, July 31, 2006 02:57 pm EDT
Resources on alcohol, sexual assault and related issues on college campuses.