The Arizona School of Integrative Studies (ASIS) works to provide an academic and working situation that is free of discrimination, sexual misconduct, and harassment. As an institution, ASIS is committed to increasing awareness of what constitutes unlawful discrimination, sexual misconduct, and harassment. It is the goal of ASIS to educate our students, faculty, and staff on how to prevent these behaviors. We work to create an environment in which a victim feels supportive to promptly report any alleged violations. In addition, we are committed to resolving complaints in a fair and equitable manner.
Our policy meets the Title IX regulations that became effective on August 14, 2020. Within the regulations are definitions of behaviors that are prohibited under Title IX and the appropriate responses by the institution to resolve a reported complaint of misconduct. As required by the regulations, ASIS has implemented certain due process procedures to individuals that may be accused of prohibited conduct. These procedures include the availability of advisors and a formal hearing process to determine responsibility. It should be noted that these regulations apply to complaints between students, students and employees of ASIS, and complaints between ASIS employees.
ASIS is committed to taking prompt action to stop any conduct of discrimination, sexual misconduct, or harassment. To resolve the situation all parties will be presented with the opportunity to present facts in a fair and impartial hearing. Those who engage in the prohibited conduct will face disciplinary measures that include permanent dismissal from the institution and/or employment.
209 W Main Street
Mesa, AZ 85201
Michelle Cordero (Interim)
639 6th Avenue
Tucson, AZ 85705
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