Ethics on college student dating professor
At Ohio Northern University, the faculty handbook dictates that “faculty and staff members should not have sexual relations with students to whom they are not married.” At the University of Michigan, romantic relationships are not forbidden but are considered to be a violation of ethics if the faculty member supervises the student.
Faculty members are also required to inform their supervisor if they are having a relationship with a student.
They used to call it the candy store, according to the Women’s Research & Education Institute.
Attitudes began to change in the 1960s and 1970s, with the rise of feminism and an increasing number of female scholars in academia.
One thing to look out for is the older (usually male) professors who seek out attractive young students to boost their self-esteem.
This stereotype doesnt apply to all professor/student relationships, of course.
At the College of William and Mary in Virginia, all dating between professors and undergraduates was banned.
Generally, most students have no interest in dating one of their professors.
Keep in mind the reasons you are attending college. Who are you to tell people what two CONSENTING adults can and cannot do? I pity you for being so narrow minded and ignorant.
A sexually charged atmosphere is not usually conducive to learning. As long as the student is no longer in the professor's class, it is literally non of your business what two CONSENTING ADULTS choose to do with each other.
What you originally found sexy and charismatic may seem horribly normal and bland outside of the classroom.
In addition, part of the attraction of the professor/student relationship is that is taboo.