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Equal Employment Opportunity - Policy #3110

It  is  the objective  of  Clarendon  College  to  provide  equal  opportunity  to  all employees  with  regard  to  all  institutional  activities  related  to  employment.    This  policy includes the following points:

Clarendon College shall adhere to a policy of equal employment opportunities for all employees, and shall not discriminate against any individual because of an individual's age, gender, color, national or ethnic origin, race, religion, creed, and/or disability.    The College  shall  not  fail  or  refuse  to  hire  or  discharge,  nor  shall  it  otherwise  discriminate against  any  individual  with  respect  to  compensation,  terms,  conditions,  or  privileges  of employment; nor shall the College limit, segregate, or classify its employees, or applicants for employment, in any way that would deprive any individual of employment opportunities or otherwise adversely affect the individual's status as employee.

No  qualified  disabled  person  shall,  on  the  basis  of  disability,  be  subject  to discrimination in employment at Clarendon College.

With  respect  to  employment,  a  "qualified  disabled  person"  is  a  disabled  person who, with reasonable accommodation, can perform the essential functions of the job in question.

Compliance Coordinator
The President of Clarendon College shall have full responsibility for implementing the institution's EEO/OCR policy.    The Executive Vice President of Academic & Student Affairs will serve as the compliance coordinator for the College to insure compliance with this policy,  Title  II,  Subtitle  A  of  the  Americans  with  Disabilities  Act,  Title  VII,  Title  IX, Section  504  of  the  Vocational  Rehabilitation  Act  of  1973,  and  the  implementing regulations.

Clarendon College shall take appropriate continuing steps in conformity with the disability regulations to notify applicants and employees that it does not discriminate on the  basis  of  disability  in  violation  of  Title  II  of  the  Americans  with  Disabilities  Act,  in violation  of  Section  504  of  the  Vocational  Rehabilitation  Act  of  1973,  and in the implementing regulations.    The notification shall include identification of the designated coordinator.