The college is committed to creating an educational environment that is open to all individuals without discrimination on the basis of age, race, color, national origin/ancestry, religion, sex or gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, genetic information, or veteran status/membership in the uniformed services. The college affirms its commitment by holding all of its community members responsible for upholding this principle and recognizing their legal obligations under applicable federal and state statutes.
This policy provides procedures that will be used where a college student believes that they have experienced discrimination or discriminatory harassment by a community member in an educational practice or program, in violation of the college’s nondiscrimination statement. The policy can be found here. This policy does NOT cover allegations of sexual harassment, complaints of employment discrimination, or grade disputes. For sexual harassment complaints, please see the Gender-Based and Sexual Misconduct Policy. For allegations of discrimination in employment practices, please see the college’s Equal Employment Opportunity Policy . Grade disputes are governed by the college’s Grade Dispute Policy.
Policies, Procedures, & Guidelines
Student Conduct & Social Responsibility
Student Government Association
Student Services & Administrative Offices
Where to Find Information
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