Windsor University is against any favoritism act to any of its students, instructors, or administrative members. The institution will apply adequate action to any individual showing discriminatory behavior within the Institute, whether a warning or an expulsion.
Windsor University is obligated to provide the necessary support to all individuals in the Institute by Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990, and the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act of 2008. Disabled Applicants and students are advised to contact the Student Affairs Department regarding any issues they face. Should it aid students in their educational program without breaking any federal or governmental law, Windsor University is obligated to provide the necessary support. Windsor University will maintain the confidentiality of this process. For more information, refer to the ADA Compliance Policy.
Social Media Policy
Staff members posting on social media or forums should clearly state that the expressed views are their own, except if they share a University's post.
Kinship & Relationship Policy
Staff members shall have no romantic/sexual relationship with any student.
Staff members shall reveal previous or exiting romantic/sexual relationships with any student.
Staff members shall have no authority over any student or other staff member with whom they have a romantic/sexual or kinship relationship.
Sexual Harassment Policy
Windsor University will not tolerate any sexual harassment act done by any of its staff members or students. After careful investigation, the University has the right to apply adequate disciplinary action on the offender(s).
Windsor University is obligated to preserve the privacy of reports and investigations of all policy violations. The Institute will not tolerate any vengeful act subjected to its students and staff members because they reported a violation of its policies. Windsor University obligates all those subjected to such acts should promptly inform the University to implement the necessary actions to protect the recipient and discipline the retaliator.