UNT Dallas seeks to create an atmosphere of openness and tolerance and to maintain work and education environments that offer equal opportunity. Individuals within UNT Dallas are unified by the purposes of learning and professional development, and by values of respect for human worth and dignity. UNT Dallas encourages and supports open discussion, rational resolution of conflict, and discussion and examination of values and ethics.
Discrimination and harassment based on individual differences such as race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, veteran status, or sexual orientation in its educational programs, activities, admission, or employment practices are inconsistent with the mission and educational goals of UNT Dallas. Harassment is defined as an unwelcome action directed at a person or group of persons because of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, veteran status, or sexual orientation that adversely affects a term, condition, or privilege of the work or educational environment. Individuals who work, study, live, and teach within this community are expected to comply with federal and state equal opportunity laws and regulations, and to refrain from behavior that threatens the freedom, safety, and respect deserved by every community member. Such compliance is both a requirement and a baseline to assure fairness and equity to all who pursue their educational and professional goals at UNT Dallas.
For further details on policy and process for complaints and concerns relating to equal opportunity, see UNT Dallas Policy 5.001.
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