Willamette University adheres to a policy of non-discrimination. Employers wishing to interview on campus must indicate compliance with the University's policy which reads as follows:
WILLAMETTE UNIVERSITY NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY
Willamette University opposes discrimination in the recruitment and hiring of students and graduates based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, marital status, veteran status, actual or perceived sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, or status with regard to pregnancy, disability or age. The University will not allow its facilities or services to be used by an organization that practices unlawful discrimination or whose employment practices violate the University's equal opportunity policy.
In the case of employers who follow policies of legal discrimination but who do not practice a policy of equal opportunity, the University will permit employer information to be made available to assist students in making choices and contacting potential employers but will not permit on-campus interviews.
Any complaints concerning practices by employers during the recruitment and hiring process that are inconsistent with the terms of this policy should be reported to the Dean of the appropriate graduate school of the University or the Dean of Campus Life who will investigate by following a procedure developed within each school.
The University has instructed each Career Center to obtain a signed copy of the University's non-discrimination policy from each organization interviewing on campus as an indication of a willingness to comply with the University's policy.