Carnegie Mellon is committed to providing support and resources to any student who may benefit from persistent unwanted or embarrassing contact from another student. In certain circumstances, it may be necessary for the university to formalize an agreement between two students in order to no longer have contact (direct or indirect) between them, except for what is necessary for one of the parties to continue its academic activities. Such a provision is intended as a protective measure to reduce the potential for problematic future interactions between the two students. The agreement can take the form of either a contact agreement or a contact agreement, as follows: a temporary contactless civil injunction must offer you immediate protection against the perpetrator/harasser. A judge may, on the same day you file your complaint, issue an interim publication ban for a civil prohibition of contact regulation, without giving the offender the opportunity to be heard at the first hearing if he or she considers that there is a serious and immediate danger to you. A No Contact Agreement (NCA) is a mutual agreement between two students who voluntarily confirm that they do not have direct contact or that they do not contact indirectly through third parties, except as is necessary for their academic activities.. . . .