Human Rights & Employment Equity

The University of Guelph is a community where all students, staff and faculty can learn, work and live in equality and respect.

The University of Guelph prohibits discrimination and harassment based on all grounds identified by the Ontario Human Rights Code:  Age, Ancestry, Citizenship, Colour, Creed, Disability, Ethnic Origin, Family Status, Gender Expression, Gender Identity, Marital Status, Place of Origin, Race, Sex (including pregnancy), Sexual Orientation, Receipt of Public Assistance (in Housing only), and Record of Offences (in Employment only). The University’s Human Rights Policy gives expression to these same grounds.

Please visit the Office of Diversity and Human Rights website at the University of Guelph for further information.