Human Resources is responsible for developing policies and providing guidance to management and employees regarding a wide range of issues related to employment and promoting a positive, productive, and ethical work environment.
Columbia College Chicago is committed to maintaining an environment which respects the dignity of all individuals. Accordingly, Columbia will not tolerate harassment or discrimination based on religion, race, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, gender identity or expression, age, disability or ethnicity by or of its students, faculty, or staff.
The purpose of Columbia's Anti-Discrimination and Harassment Policy includes:
- prevent harassment and discrimination
- prohibit harassment and discrimination
- encourage good faith complaints if such conduct has occurred
- provide multiple options for addressing and resolving complaints of harassment or discrimination
Our policy is designed to encourage persons who believe that they have been harmed by discrimination or harassment to bring the conduct to the attention of appropriate individuals within the College so that the we can take prompt corrective action.
For more information please review the Anti-Discrimination and Harassment Policy.