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Equal Opportunity

Brigham Young University is committed to the promotion of equal opportunity in employment, education, and all programs and activities sponsored by the university. The university opposes all forms of unlawful discrimination based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, disability, genetic information, pregnancy, or veteran status. It also opposes retaliation against anyone who files a complaint of discrimination or participates in a discrimination investigation or lawsuit.

This commitment to equal opportunity applies to recruiting, hiring, training, promoting, transferring, and conditions and privileges of employment, as well as compensation, benefits, discipline, layoff, and termination. It also applies to the educational experiences and opportunities of students at the university. Where possible, BYU prefers to hire qualified, active members of the LDS Church in good standing. This preference is in accordance with the religious exemption provided in The Code of Federal Regulations, Chapter 60, Title 41, Part 60.

In compliance with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, BYU specifically prohibits sex discrimination, sexual harassment, and sexual violence in education, athletics, and all other university-sponsored programs.

TO DISCUSS CONCERNS

Any employee, student, employment applicant or campus visitor who feels subjected to any form of unlawful discrimination or behavior prohibited by university policy may file a complaint with:

Sue DeMartini David Tueller
Equal Opportunity Manager/ Employee Relations Manager
Deputy Title IX Coordinator D-240C ASB
D-240C ASB Telephone: (801) 422-9065
Telephone: (801) 422-5895 Email: david_tueller@byu.edu
Email: sue_demartini@byu.edu Web site: www.byu.edu/hr/er
Fax: (801) 422-0306
Web site: www.byu.edu/her/eeo, or

Ethics-point at www.ethicspoint.com or 1-888-238-1062

Complaints involving sex discrimination, sexual violence, sexual harassment, or inappropriate gender-based behavior perpetrated by a third party against a BYU student or by a BYU student against another may be filed with:

Sarah Westerberg Melba Latu
Title IX Coordinator Deputy Title IX Coordinator
3500 WSC 4440 WSC
Telephone: (801) 422-2130 Telephone: (801) 422-2847
Email: sarah_westerberg@byu.edu Email: melba_latu@byu.edu

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