Fuller Theological Seminary is committed to providing and modeling a learning, working, living, and community environment that is free of unlawful discrimination in all of its policies, practices, procedures, and programs. This commitment extends to the seminary’s administration of its educational policies, admissions, employment, educational programs, and activities. In keeping with this commitment, the seminary does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, marital status, military and veteran status, medical condition, physical disability, mental disability, genetic characteristics, citizenship, gender, gender identity, gender expression, pregnancy, or age.
The seminary’s Policy Against Unlawful Discrimination covers access to, and treatment and employment in, Fuller Seminary’s programs and activities. You can find the complete text of the policy on the Fuller website at http://www.fuller.edu/about/mission-and-values/community-standards7/. For procedures for dealing with allegations of unlawful discrimination, see the Complaint Resolution Procedures section of this Handbook. See also Fuller’s statement on nondiscrimination.