Policies

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Policies & Procedures


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  • Non-Discrimination & Harassment Policy

    Title IX States:

    "No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under an educational program or activity receiving federal financial assistance"

    You may read the Molloy University non-discrimination policy here.

  • Bias-Related and/or Hate Crimes

    The University is committed to having a campus environment free from all bias, hate crimes, and harassment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national or ethnic origin, physical or mental disability, marital or veteran status, or other characteristics protected by New York State law (characteristics collectively referred to as “Protected Characteristic”).

    Bias-related and/or Hate Crimes, are a violation of Molloy policy, the New York State Penal Law and other laws of the State of New York.

    Bias-related and/or Hate Crimes are criminal acts, including acts of violence, intimidation, or destruction of property, based upon bias and prejudice against an individual because of a belief or perception regarding their Protected Characteristic.

    Reporting a Bias-Related and/or Hate Crimes

    It is the responsibility of all members of the Molloy University community to report Bias-related and/or Hate Crimes. In cases where immediate harm is threatened, reports should be made to the Department of Public Safety at 516-323-3500 or by visiting the Public Safety Office located in the Maria Regina Annex, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Anyone may report these matters through the University’s Confidential Reporting system and/or to the Rockville Centre Police Department: 516-766-1500 or by dialing 91.

    All reports to the University will be thoroughly investigated and adjudicated in accordance with the applicable process and procedure.

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    Bias-Related and/or Hate Crime Statistics

    In addition to the crime statistics reported in the Annual Security and Fire Safety Report, the Molloy University Department of Public Safety maintains a daily crime log of incidents reported to Public Safety, including all Bias-related and/or Hate Crimes reported. The daily crime log is available for public inspection at the Department of Public Safety. Please see below for incidents of Hate Crime Offenses reported.

    A link to the United States Department of Education Campus Crime Statistics for Molloy University can be found here: https://ope.ed.gov/campussafety/#/institution/search

     

  • Visitors

    All visitors must check in with Public Safety, located in the Maria Regina Annex, and obtain a Visitor's Pass.

  • Sexual Misconduct

    Molloy is committed to a learning, working and living environment where all members of the community feel safe and respected. Acts of sexual harassment are serious violations of our policies and our values. Any form of sexual misconduct will not be tolerated. Our policy aims to ensure that all members of the Molloy community can study and work together without being subjected to sexually inappropriate behavior.

    You may read the Molloy University Sexual Misconduct policy here.

  • Affirmative Action Policy Statement

    Affirmative Action is designed to ameliorate the present effects of prior discrimination as a result of which certain groups are under-represented in the College's working community. Under representation is an imbalance between those in the labor force who possess the relevant qualifications and their representation within the specific job category in the College.

    Read the full Affirmative Action policy

  • Americans with Disabilities Act

    The College is committed to compliance with all provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1991 and to ensure the fair treatment and consideration of persons with disabilities in all areas of employment.  Read the complete policy

  • Reach Out and Report (R.O.A.R.) System

    Molloy University seeks to create a campus climate welcoming for all and does not tolerate bias, discrimination, or actions contrary to our mission and guiding values and virtues. Molloy community members may use The R.O.A.R. System to make the University aware of bias-related incidents, including bias-related crimes, or other campus climate concerns. Examples of bias-related incidents, or “hate crimes” include, but are not limited to: threatening phone calls; hate mail; cyberbullying; physical assaults; vandalism; and destruction of property.

    For more information on the R.O.A.R System, please visit the link below.

    Reach Out and Report (R.O.A.R.) System
  • Anti-Hazing Statement

    At Molloy University, all clubs, teams and organizations must abide by the Anti-Hazing Rule, adopted by the Board of Trustees to govern public order on campus and throughout all Molloy properties.

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Molloy University’s Annual Golf Classic

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Transfer Orientation

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