It is the policy of the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix to be committed to creating and maintaining an environment free of discrimination, harassment and retaliation that is unlawful or prohibited by University of Arizona policy. The University of Arizona prohibits discrimination, including harassment and retaliation by university employees, students, contractors or agents of the university, and by anyone participating in a university-sponsored activity against an individual based on a protected classification. Protected classifications are determined by the federal Title IX law and by the University of Arizona. The university also prohibits retaliation because an individual has engaged in a protected activity.

The university takes prompt and appropriate action to: 1) thoroughly investigate complaints under this policy, and 2) prevent, correct and, if necessary, discipline individuals who engage in behavior that violates this policy in accordance with university policies. All members of the university community are responsible for participating in creating a campus environment free from all forms of prohibited discrimination, and for cooperating with university officials who investigate allegations of policy violations.

References

The University of Arizona Policy on Nondiscrimination and Anti-Harassment and the Office of Institutional Equity.

Curriculum Committee
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Approved
10/9/2018