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Diversity and Discrimination Compliance

BYU-Idaho strictly adheres to state and federal discrimination laws in all its programs, employment, housing, and accommodations.

Our Commitment to Diversity

State and federal laws prohibit discrimination and require that all people be treated fairly without regard to race, color, national origin, ethnicity, religion, age, sex, marital status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, or genetic information. Some laws require affirmative action to advance and assist those within legally protected classes, while others simply seek to provide equal opportunities and appropriate accommodations. Historically, discrimination laws have focused on employment, housing, education programs, federal programs, and places of public accommodation.

Campus Diversity and Discrimination Contacts
Human Resources Office
Title IX Office 
Disability Services
Human Resources Director, Equal Opportunity Manager
Title IX Coordinator
Disability Services Director