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To preserve an equitable, responsible, and humane atmosphere for study and work, Naropa University affirms the principle that all individuals have a right to achieve their academic and professional aspirations free from discrimination, harassment, and/or related retaliation based upon protected classes.
Further, it is critical to this commitment that anyone who may have been the target of or has experienced discrimination or harassment in the context of university educational programs, activities or employment, to feel free to report their concerns for appropriate investigation and response, without fear of retaliation.
To foster a climate that encourages prevention and reporting of discrimination, harassment, or related retaliation, Naropa University will provide prevention efforts, educate the community, respond to all reports promptly, provide interim protection measures to address safety, and recognize the inherent dignity of all individuals involved.
Committed to equality, Naropa University does not discriminate in offering access to its educational programs and activities or employment practices. For purposes of this Naropa University policy, "protected classes" refers to race/color, religion/creed, national origin/ancestry, age (40 or older), disability, genetic information, veteran status, or any other status protected by applicable Boulder Municipal Code, State of Colorado, or federal law, in any of our educational programs, activities, admissions, or employment policies.
Sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, transgender status are protected classes covered under Title IX and VAWA; these protections are addressed in the university Gender Equity, Sexual Misconduct, and Relationship Violence Policy and Procedures, found online here: www.naropa.edu/gender-equity<http://www.naropa.edu/gender-equity>.

This form is used to submit a complaint on the basis of discrimination or harassment that is NOT Title IX related. For Title IX complaints, please go to www.naropa.edu/report-it<http://www.naropa.edu/report-it>. Please feel free to attach any additional documentation in support of your claim. Please provide as much information as you are able, and leave blank any sections you are unable to complete. By clicking "Submit", this form and any attachments will be sent directly to the Office for Inclusive Community, who will follow up with you as soon as possible.

Naropa University is committed to supporting all students, faculty and staff in the filing of complainants. If you need this form in alternative format, please contact the Office for Inclusive Community.

Conflict and Grievance Intake Form