The University acts to ensure dignity at work and study. Discrimination and harassment on the grounds of sex, pregnancy, marital status, disability, family circumstances and race are unlawful. These acts violate the rights, dignity and reputation of the individual, undermine the environment necessary for the advancement of learning, and will not be tolerated. Complaints about discrimination or harassment will be taken seriously by the University and will be handled promptly and in strictest confidence. A Task Force led by the Provost, Vice-President (Teaching and Learning), and Vice-President (Administration) and Secretary will advise matters related to equal opportunities and diversity at the University. Also, Vice-President (Administration) and Secretary is appointed as the University Diversity Officer to oversee matters in relation to diversity.

Anti discrimination law