Discrimination Based on Height and Weight
University students, faculty and staff are protected from discrimination on the basis of their height and/or weight, and will not be excluded from participation in, denied the benefits of, or subjected to discrimination under any university program or activity. See examples of prohibited discrimination for more examples of the types of height and weight discrimination prohibited by the university, and the discussion of hostile environment harassment in Section XIII for more information about what constitutes prohibited height and weight harassment.
Where to go for Help
If you believe you are experiencing discrimination or harassment on the basis of your height or weight, you are encouraged to contact the appropriate university official (dean, director, HR Representative, etc.) and/or the Office of Institutional Equity (see contact information in Section XIX). There are also many resources on campus that provide assistance, support and information to individuals experiencing height or weight discrimination or harassment. A list of these offices and a brief description of their services appear in Section XIX. If you are unsure which office to contact, contact the office that seems most appropriate, and that office will either assist you or help you make contact with a university office that can.