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When it is determined that a professor has done something wrong the administration talks to them about the specific problems and, “professors are willing to listen to this,” Fielder said.

Those professors might also be required to complete a harassment online training course that takes around two hours.

He said there are also problems with a lack of trust and suspicion in a young person after the relationship is over.

Macdonald said students have approached him for intimate relationships in the past, and he told them to leave and not come back, since they didn’t have any academic business.“We are held to a higher standard,” he said.

CBC News asked UBC's faculty association for its take on the matter, but it didn't respond. S., however, a handful of prominent universities like Stanford, Yale and Harvard were prompted to prohibit these relationships after a change in national education law, Title IX, which parallels upcoming changes in Ontario and B. Title IX prohibits gender discrimination in any federally funded education program.

Originally aimed at athletics programs, it has since been increasingly interpreted to include sexual harassment and assault.

Fielder said the office can’t move on with “he said, she said” instances; there has to be some sort of evidence.“You don’t go on witch hunts,” she said.She says power differences can exist in any relationship and a ban on relationships between faculty and students doesn't necessarily address sexual assault and harassment issues."Affirmative consent is what we need to push for, regardless of who the people involved are," she said, adding that more support for victims is needed on campus. UCLA and USC officials also confirmed that they have policies concerning relationships between students and professors.“I think there are serious concerns,” said Richard Macdonald, a psychology professor who has been in the psychology business for about 30 years.Macdonald teaches a human sexuality class at CSUN.“At 18, 19 and 20, at least a junior in college, you’re still vulnerable,” he said.“Adolescence doesn’t end at 18 now.” Adolescence ends when students are in their mid-20s, he said.“It’s not illegal, but it can cause damage,” he said.