University Policies Related to Educational
Equity and Civility
Describes the process for resolving sexual harassment complaints
involving students, faculty, and staff.
Terri Mando (email@example.com) and Ken
Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org) are the
College's designated resource persons to assist in the resolution of
complaints of sexual harassment; the College Ombudsman can also serve as
a resource in such matters.
AD42 Statement on Nondiscrimination and Harassment
HR76 Faculty Rights
and Responsibilities (including the Role of the Ombudsman)
Describes the informal and formal process for
resolving complaints involving faculty members.
Explains the office of the College Ombudsman.
This individual works with faculty and administrators to resolve
differences informally and in a confidential manner.
Describes the functions of the University
Committee of Faculty Rights and Responsibilities. This body
reviews petitions dealing with complaints against and from faculty
AD29 Statement on Intolerance
Action in Employment at the Pennsylvania State University
Specifies the role of the Affirmative Action
Office to work with administrative units to resolve complaints based on
States the principle of prompt, fair, and
impartial consideration of discrimination complaints.
University Affirmative Action Web Site
Regarding Classroom Behavior
This document deals with confronting
disruptive behavior, the importance of communicating expectations,
campus resources available to assist faculty, and relevant University
policies and procedures.