NonDiscrimination Policy, Reporting and Resources
The University of Kansas Medical Center prohibits all forms of discrimination and strongly supports efforts to enable all individuals to realize their full potential. To this end, KU Medical Center is committed to providing an equal opportunity for all qualified individuals to participate in conditions of employment and in academic programs and activities, regardless of an individual's race, religion, color, ethnicity, sex, disability, national origin, ancestry, age, status as a veteran, sexual orientation, marital status, parental status, gender identity, gender expression, or genetic information Click on the following link to review KU Medical Center's Discrimination Complaint Resolution Process.
To report discrimination or harassment, or to discuss any questions or concerns regarding possible discrimination, please contact the Office of Civil Rights and Title IX at email@example.com. As a federal contractor and state entity, KU Medical Center complies with Federal and Kansas civil rights laws in prohibiting discrimination. The protected categories recognized by KUMC are listed in the column to your right; click on a specific topic for more information and resources. An online form for reporting discrimination is also available.
All University of Kansas components share in the commitment to provide a working and learning environment free from discrimination and harassment. The following University policies reflect that commitment and apply to all campuses, including the KU Medical Center: