Willamette University strives to provide a community where students, faculty, staff and others learn, live, educate and work together in an environment free of all forms of harassment, exploitation, intimidation and discrimination. Harassment, as a form of discrimination, is demeaning to all persons involved, and subverts the mission of the University. Willamette Human Resources is committed to providing educational resources to help community members increase their awareness of harassment in all its forms.
In its efforts to ensure a harassment-free environment, Willamette complies with Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972. Following are links to Willamette's policies and procedures related to harassment, non-discrimination, and Title IX:
Workplace Harassment: Fundamentals is presented through Workday, our online learning management system. Workday provides convenience and is comprehensive in its coverage of this difficult subject matter. An opportunity to evaluate your understanding of the information engages your participation throughout the program. Your successful completion of the program is reported to Human Resources electronically.