The University of Missouri is committed to creating an inclusive and diverse community where everyone is welcome. MU prohibits discrimination and/or harassment due to race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, sexual orientation, pregnancy, gender identity, gender expression, age, disability, veteran status. Discrimination includes any form of unequal treatment such as denial of opportunities, harassment and violence. Sex-based violence includes rape, sexual assault, unwanted touching, stalking, dating/intimate partner violence and sexual exploitation.
In the event that you disclose information to an MU Career Center employee (Career Specialist or full-time staff member) about having been discriminated against or harassed, MU policy requires that we share this information with the Civil Rights & Title IX office. This office will then contact you to let you know about accommodations, support services and accountability options. You are not required to speak to the Title IX Office.
If you would like to speak with someone confidentially, the following offices can connect you with support services and help explore your options now, or in the future: