Mysak Clinic Commitment to Diversity

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Edward D. Mysak Clinic for Communication Disorders

Mysak Clinic Commitment to Diversity

As part of the Program in Communication Sciences and Disorders, the Edward D. Mysak Clinic for Communication Disorders supports and upholds the Teachers College Mission of Diversity and Non-Discrimination Policy as stated below.  Additionally, our Program supports and maintains all civility policies as governed by The Office of the Vice President for Diversity and Community Affairs.  In the Mysak Clinic, TC’s Mission of Diversity, Non-Discrimination Policy, and Civility Policies are extended to include our clients and their families and caregivers. 


Teachers College Diversity Mission Statement:

To establish Teachers College as an institution that actively attracts, supports and retains diverse students, faculty and staff at all levels, demonstrated through its commitment to social justice, its respectful and vibrant community and its encouragement and support of each individual in the achievement of his or her full potential.

Teachers College Non-Discrimination Policy:

Continuing its long-standing policy to support active equality for all persons, Teachers College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, citizenship status, veteran status, disability, pregnancy, gender expression or any other criterion specified by federal, state or local laws, in the administration of its admissions, employment and educational policies or scholarship, loan, athletic and other school-administered programs. Rather, Teachers College affirms that it admits students and selects employees regardless of their race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, citizenship status, veteran status, disability, pregnancy, gender expression or any other criterion specified by federal, state or local laws and thereafter accords them all the rights and privileges generally made available to students or employees at the school.

Students with concerns about the application of civil rights laws (including Title IX, the Americans with Disabilities Act, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, and the Age Discrimination Act) may wish to speak with the Associate Provost, Katie Embree, 113 Zankel, (212) 678-3991, the Vice President for Diversity and Community Affairs, Janice Robinson, 128 Zankel, (212) 678-3391, or the Ombuds, Erwin Flaxman, 280 Grace Dodge, (212) 678-4169. 

Faculty and staff with concerns about the application of civil rights laws (including the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Title VII), the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, Title IX, the Americans with Disabilities Act, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, and the Age Discrimination Act) may wish to speak with the Associate Provost, Katie Embree, 113 Zankel, (212) 678-3991, the Assistant Vice President, Human Resources, Randy Glazer, 120 Whittier Hall, (212) 678-3175, the Vice President for Diversity and Community Affairs, Janice Robinson, 128 Zankel, (212) 678-3391, or the Ombuds, Erwin Flaxman, 280 Grace Dodge, (212) 678-4169. 

Individuals with disabilities who seek reasonable accommodations or information concerning accommodations should contact the Office of Access and Services for Individuals with Disabilities (OASID), 166 Thorndike, (212) 678-3689 (voice/TTY).