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University Policies

Computer Use

Copyright and Software Licensing Issues

By opening the package containing new software and loading the software onto a University-owned computer, the University may become liable for licensing violations even if the software is not work-related. Visit the General Counsel site for UCITA information.

Discrimination

The University prohibits discrimination, including harassment, on the basis of race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, or veteran's status in its educational programs and activities and with regard to employment. Such conduct violates not only University policy, but may also violate state and federal law. To learn more about the specific policies, visit the policies section of the General Counsel's site.

FERPA/Buckley Amendment

This amendment pertains to the regulations concerning the confidentiality of student grades and other information.

Mediation of Workplace Disputes

Confidential workplace mediation is available on campus. For information regarding the University Mediator, please contact the Dean of the College.

Employees with Disabilities

Discrimination and Harassment

Copyright

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