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Preventing Discrimination and Harassment

Walla Walla University believes that every person is created in the image of God as a being of inestimable value and worth.  Therefore, it is the policy of the university to promote the respect and dignity for others, fostering an academic, work, and living environment that is free from discrimination and harassment.

Student Handbook and Code of Conduct >

Employee Handbook >


Reporting

The university seeks to maintain an environment that is free from all forms of discrimination, including harassment as defined our policy. Discrimination or harassment in any form that is prohibited by law or university policy will not be tolerated. The university will promptly respond to all reported concerns/complaints. To inform us of a concern, please complete the anonymous form at the link below.

Complete a notice of concern related to possible discrimination or harassment >


Training

If you are interested in completing a course on sexual harassment prevention, please contact:

 

Students
Doug Tilstra, VP for Student Life
Doug.Tilstra@wallawalla.edu
(509) 527-2511

Employees
Jennifer Carpenter, Director of Human Resources
Jennifer.Carpenter@wallawalla.edu

(509) 527-2141

Thank you for doing your part to help preserve the respect and dignity for others by upholding the university’s policy and procedure. 

Last update on April 3, 2018