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BYU Equal Employment Opportunity Office offers training, support

The BYU Equal Employment Opportunity Office, D-282 ASB, provides consultation and training on equal opportunity issues for faculty, staff and students.

Title VII issues of unlawful discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion and sex, as well as other protected classes (age, pregnancy, veteran's status and disability) are addressed in training sessions, which include sexual harassment, inappropriate gender-based behavior and hostile environment. It is available for colleges, departments, divisions and classes.

Faculty members preparing for winter semester are encouraged to include statements regarding university policy on discrimination issues, such as disabilities accommodation, in course syllabi. Sample statements are available in the EEO office.

The office also provides brochures and posters to assist the campus community in knowing the law and university policies regarding equal opportunity and potential discrimintion issues. Please contact Julie Stevens, EEO manager, at ext. 2-3863 to request information or to schedule training.

Writer: Julie Stevens, EEO manage

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