Legal Notice Of Non-Discrimination

Amberton University operates in accordance with Christian principles and considers it unethical (as well as illegal) to discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion*, age, sex, disability, or national or ethnic origin in admissions, employment opportunities, educational programs, or activities which it operates.

Inquiries regarding the University's equal opportunity policy and non- discrimination may be addressed to:

Vice President for Strategic Services
Amberton University
1700 Eastgate Drive
Garland, Texas 75041-5595
(972) 279-6511
* While Amberton University does not discriminate on the basis of religion concerning admission, the University does discriminate on the basis of religion concerning employment. Because the University is committed to Christian ethics, a Christian belief is required of employees.

THE ETHICAL STANDARDS OF AMBERTON UNIVERSITY

The basis for the ethical standards of Amberton University is couched in the Christian principles presented in the New Testament of the Bible. The University’s Catalog and the Policies and Regulations Manual govern the procedures and rules to be honored by both the University and its constituents. If (or when) there is a discrepancy in policies of the University, the solution will be to the advantage of the constituent, not the University.

SEXUAL MISCONDUCT

Students, staff, faculty, and all employees have the right to pursue education and work in an environment free from sex discrimination, including sexual violence, sexual misconduct, stalking, and harassment.

As part of Amberton University's overall ethical regulations, the harassment of any kind, including race, religion, sex, age, national and ethnic origin, or disability will not be tolerated. In particular, an atmosphere of tension created by ethical or religious remarks, unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, or other conduct of a sexual nature does not belong in the institution or workplace. Amberton’s complete Sexual Misconduct Policy, including how to report incidents anonymously, is on the website. Click on Help and Advice; then choose Sexual Misconduct/Title IX Statements.