Policies on Bias and Hate Speech

Policies on Bias and Hate Speech

The following statement represents many months of work by both Jesuit and lay faculty, staff and administrators at Loyola. It was written by the Task Force on Jesuit Identity and approved by the Board of Trustees in November 1980. Loyola faces the years ahead with confidence. Relying on God Read more


Policies on Bias and Hate Speech

This acceptable use policy governs the use of computers and networks at Portland State University (PSU). As a user of these resources, you are responsible for reading and understanding this document. If you have any questions, please contact PSU Read more


Policies on Bias and Hate Speech

Vanderbilt University is, above all, a center for scholarly research, informed and creative teaching, and service to the community and the society at large. The University avows as its essential task the unique fusing of the quest for knowledge through scholarship with the dissemination of knowledge through teaching. Creative experimentation, the development of high standards,... Read more Read more


Policies on Bias and Hate Speech

Ohio University is committed to promoting an atmosphere where understanding and acceptance of cultural and racial differences are ensured. As President Robert Glidden stated in his 1995 State of the University Address: ‘A commitment to academic excellence carries with it the responsibility of seeing to it that Ohio University is a just and diverse community... Read more Read more


Policies on Bias and Hate Speech

General Principles Access to network and computer systems owned or operated by Ohio University imposes certain responsibilities and obligations and is granted subject to University policies, and local, state, and federal statutes. Access to the University’s computing facilities and resources is granted solely to Ohio University faculty, staff, registered students, and individuals outside the University... Read more Read more


Policies on Bias and Hate Speech

General Principles Access to network and computer systems owned or operated by Ohio University imposes certain responsibilities and obligations and is granted subject to University policies, and local, state, and federal statutes. Access to the University’s computing facilities and resources is granted solely to Ohio University faculty, staff, registered students, and individuals outside the University... Read more Read more


Policies on Bias and Hate Speech

The most effective and responsible way to air one’s views on University matters, or to seek change within the University or community, is through student and University governing bodies, established campus media, and recognized groups. Students can seek out Athens city and county officials and governing bodies. Each of these bodies is subject to petition,... Read more Read more


Policies on Bias and Hate Speech

University of Minnesota policy, as well as state law, prohibits discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation. The Minnesota Human Rights Act defines sexual orientation as: Read more


Policies on Bias and Hate Speech

To aid students in awareness of their responsibilities as part of the Northwestern community, here are some guidelines derived from various sources, including federal, state, and local laws. The following examples are intended to be illustrative rather than comprehensive. Alcoholic Beverages Students are subject to Illinois law, which prohibits the sale of alcoholic liquor to... Read more Read more


Policies on Bias and Hate Speech

The principal mission of Skidmore College is the education of predominantly full-time undergraduates, a diverse population of talented students who are eager to engage actively in the learning process. The college seeks to prepare liberally educated graduates to continue their quest for knowledge and to make the choices required of informed, responsible citizens. Skidmore faculty... Read more Read more



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