Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (20 U.S.C. § 1681) is a federal law that states “no person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.” The law expressly prohibits all forms of sex discrimination, which include sexual harassment, sexual assault and sexual violence. More information can be found on the online policy link.
Undergraduate Policies and Forms
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The Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section 504 as Applied To Colleges and Universities
Congress passed Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act in 1973. It is a civil rights statute designed to prevent discrimination against individuals with disabilities.
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), which was modeled after Section 504, was signed into law in July 1990, but most provisions did not take effect until January 26, 1992 and July 26, 1992.
Disability Documentation Standards and Eligibilty for Accommodations
The Disability Documentation Standards are the criteria that Pacific University considers when reviewing a students’ documentation of a disability in the course of determining reasonable and appropriate accommodations for the student. Pacific University’s standards are adpated from recommendations from the Association for Higher Education and Disability (AHEAD) and the Oregon Association for Higher Education and Disability (ORAHEAD).
Use of the Disability Documentation Standards contrary to Pacific University’s Nondiscrimination Policy is prohibited.
Student Code of Conduct
Pacific University is an academic community – a community where the pursuit of knowledge, understanding and skills are the common ideals, which unite us as its members. An academic community in which students, faculty and staff members come together in voluntary association is based upon the fundamental respect members maintain for themselves and for others. Personal integrity is valued above all else, and each community member is expected to maintain integrity in every situation no matter how trivial. Students are required to engage in responsible social conduct that reflects credit upon the University community and to model good citizenship at all times. Preserving the safety and security of students, faculty, staff, and guests is one of the paramount duties of the University. Responsible membership in the community is exemplified by close attention to the safety of one’s fellow members. Toward these ends, the University has established policies, standards and guidelines that collectively define the Student Code of Conduct.
Nothing in these policies or guidelines is designed, nor should be construed to inhibit students’ abilities to strive for true academic freedom or to think, care, create, and pursue justice in our world.
June 26, 2014
Elliott Grant lnternational Travel & Intercultural Research Request for Proposals (RFP) | Spring 2015
This document contains the Request for Proposals for the two allowed areas of the International Initiatives Fund, which has approximately $25,000 to allocate.
August 27, 2014
Security and Fire Safety Report | 2014
The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act or Clery Act requires all colleges and universities that participate in federal financial aid programs to keep and disclose information about crime on and near their respective campuses. The following Crime Statistics are provided in compliance with the provisions of this act.
September 25, 2015
Title IX Staff and Faculty Concern Response Guide
The purpose of this folder is to help staff and faculty recognize symptoms of student distress and identify appropriate referrals to campus resources.
October 2, 2015