J-Book – Policies – Discrimination

By August 28, 2013

Conduct including verbal and written communication, non-verbal gestures, physical assault, and otherwise threatening or intimidating behavior, that compromises these community values of respect and hospitality stated in the Human Rights Policy is considered adversely discriminating and serious. In addition, posting materials of any kind (for example, any symbol, object, appellation, characterization or graffiti) in the public view such as, for instance, on one’s person, on windows or doors and walls facing hallways, and through electronic media such as computers, phone systems, and answering devices, that compromises these community values also may constitute an act of discriminatory harassment, and if so, is in direct violation of University community values and policy.