When to Contact the Office of Anti-Discrimination Compliance
It is the policy of Duquesne University to provide an educational, employment, and business environment free of all forms of discrimination. If any Duquesne University student or employee feels that they have been the victim of discrimination, they are encouraged to contact the Director of Anti-Discrimination Compliance to confidentially discuss the options available to them in addressing these concerns. Policy and procedures are defined in TAP 30: Affirmative Action, Equal Educational and Employment Opportunity, and Human Relations in the Workplace and Classroom.
Sean F. Weaver
Director, Anti-Discrimination Compliance
Assistant Director, Risk Management
302 Administration Building
Other University Resources
For information related to gender discrimination, sexual misconduct reporting, or Title IX violations, visit the Office of Title IX and Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response. Applicable policies include TAP 31: Sexual Misconduct and Gender Discrimination and TAP 61: Interim Policy on Title IX Sexual Harassment.
To report an ethics violation unrelated to discrimination matters, file an EthicsPoint Report.
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