Human Rights Questions & Answers

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NEW! UofG Inclusion Framework 

An inclusive campus is an environment where every member is a valued contributor.  It is a campus that anticipates and encourages diverse perspectives and leverages them to drive creativity and innovation. 

Sexual Violence Support and Information

Explore options for getting support for yourself or someone else.

Learn more about the resources and services available on and off campus that can support you through a sexual assault.

Read University of Guelph policies and protocols relating to sexual violence.

Human Rights at the University of Guelph

Read the University's human rights policy and procedures document and get answers to Frequently Asked Questions.




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Service Disruptions

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Notice of Temporary Service Disruptions

The University of Guelph will make every effort to provide notice to students, employees and the public when there is a temporary service disruption (planned or unexpected) at the University.
Where a service disruption occurs the University shall: a) Post a notice at the location, b) Post a notice on the Unit Website or contact service users by other appropriate means including but not limited to email, telephone, courselink, other websites, and internal electronic signage, and c) Provide advanced notice... more