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Point of dating in college

Additionally, Jolley stated that student/TA relationships “often create perceptions of favoritism while the relationship is ongoing” and sometimes results in “allegations of sexual harassment” if the relationship ends poorly.

But it shouldn’t come as any surprise that dating a TA while still enrolled in the course is deemed “inappropriate” by NYU’s Faculty Handbook.

The same policy is repeated in NYU’s Anti-Harassment Policy.

Whether or not one might be willing to admit it, everyone has been attracted to a teacher at some point during his or her 12 years of schooling.

But in college, these fantasies are much more realistic possibilities because we’re all legal adults and we have a new degree of autonomy outside of our parents’ homes.

It was only after the course was over that they met to “catch up,” and wound up spending significant time together.

Their relationship does not violate university policy, but since they both study in the same department and with some of the same professors and have therefore decided to keep their relationship secret from their academic acquaintances.“I am aware of the risks,” she said, “Even though we haven’t ever done anything ‘wrong,’ it’s pretty scary what could happen if somebody in the administration decided to take offense.

And they too are usually intelligent, accomplished, published, and passionate.

We experience our TAs in a much more relaxed, casual setting.

She never felt any dangers from dating him because the school year was over, the course was completed, and she had already received her grades. Another NYU senior is currently dating a Ph D student, who was formerly her TA.

During the course, they were friendly and had many similar interests.

In these situations, the NYU administration has the right and responsibility to intervene, although there is no defined method of dealing with inappropriate relationships.