Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex for any college or university that receives federal financial funding.
Under the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 the following is designated as directory information and may be made public unless the student desires to withhold all or any portion of it. Directory information includes Student’s name, local address, home address,
telephone listing, date and place of birth, major field of study, military service status, religious preference, participation in officially recognized activities and sports, dates of college attendance, degrees and awards received, and the most recent previous educational agency or
institution attended by the student. Any student wishing to withhold any or all information is required to fill out, in person, the appropriate form, available to undergraduate students at the Registrar’s Office within 10 days after the first day of class.
Doctor Loisteen Archie School of Ministry prohibits sexual harassment in any form by any member of the faculty, staff, or students. The College is committed to creating and maintaining an environment for all College personnel and students that is free of harassment, forced sexual
activity, or any other sexual communication or conduct that interferes with the academic, living and working environment. Persons found in violation of the DLA School of Ministry Sexual Harassment Policy will be subject to disciplinary action, which includes written warning,
suspension, transfer, expulsion, dismissal, and/or arrest by appropriate agencies.
Doctor Loisteen Archie School of Ministry is required by law to provide “reasonable accommodations” to students with disabilities so as not to discriminate because of his/her disability. DLA is committed to ensuring that these students receive reasonable and appropriate accommodations, outlined by the federal law, to have equal access to all institutional programs and services regardless of the type or extent of disability. Students’ needs will be assessed, and reasonable accommodations provided so they have every opportunity to achieve academic success. If a student requires special individual services or equipment, the student is responsible for informing College officials of such needs, and the student will be responsible for the
expenses related thereto. This policy includes the expense of providing personal attendants, medical technicians, and other special services.
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