Whittier College (the College) is a community of students, faculty, staff and administrators dedicated to teaching, learning, service and scholarship.
The College encourages intellectual exploration in the context of a supportive and respectful community in which students, faculty, staff and administrators can pursue their education and work free from discrimination, harassment, coercion, intimidation and exploitation. To accomplish this goal, the College seeks to create and maintain an environment free of this conduct.
Whittier College prohibits discrimination and harassment on the basis of race, color, creed or religion, national/ethnic origin, marital, pregnancy or parenting status, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity/gender expression, military status, disability in the school environment, or on the basis of any other characteristic protected under local, state or federal law, including all academic, educational and extra-curricular activities and programs administered, operated or sponsored by, or related to the College.
The full Whittier College Policy on Nondiscrimination, Grievance Process, and Civil Rights Investigation Protocol is available here.
The Whittier College Sexual Misconduct Policy is available here.