Non-Discrimination Policies College of Law
The Jacksonville University Non-Discrimination Policy applies to all students, faculty and staff of the institution. The policy applies to all aspects of educational and employment decisions, including recruitment, admission, hiring, as well as retention, compensation, transfer, and opportunities for advancement. Consequently, the College of Law closely adheres to this University policy for students, faculty, and staff, but also includes additional specific prohibitions against segregation and discrimination in its admissions, employment, and other practices related to the program of legal education.
Jacksonville University values diversity, equity, and inclusion and strives to create a welcoming community where all stakeholders feel valued and a sense of belonging. We believe in lifelong learning and preparing globally minded citizens for the real world. We recruit students, faculty, staff and leaders from all over the globe and respect differences in ability, age, appearance, athletic and student organization involvement, ethnicity, faith, gender, gender expression, immigration status, language, military/veteran status, nationality, political ideology, race, religion, talent, sex, sexuality, socio-economic status, and other personal identities and experiences.
Jacksonville University is an equal opportunity institution and prohibits discrimination. We consider each stakeholder to be a key player in Jacksonville University's civic responsibility and commitment to this work.
College of Law Policy
Jacksonville University College of Law prohibits discrimination, segregation, and harassment on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, religion, national origin, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, disability military or veteran status in matters of admissions, employment, services, or in the educational programs or activities the College of Law operates.
Consistent with accreditation protocol dictated by the American Bar Association (ABA), the Jacksonville University College of Law began the accreditation process in the spring of 2023. Our goal and highest priority is to achieve provisional accreditation by the time our first class of students graduates. The College of Law is not currently approved by the American Bar Association (Council of the American Bar Association Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, 321 North Clark Street, Chicago, IL 60654, 312-988-6738) and makes no representation to any applicant that it will receive approval from the Council before the graduation of any matriculating student.
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