Mount Royal University Policies
- Reflect Mount Royal’s commitment to a learning environment that is free of discrimination and harassment on the grounds of a disability;
- Ensure that Mount Royal meets its legal obligations under Alberta and Canadian law;
- Outline the shared responsibilities of the institution and the learner in the duty to accommodate.
Human Rights Policy
(MRU Policy 1702)
In keeping with efforts to establish and maintain an environment in which the dignity and worth of all members of the Mount Royal community are respected, it is the policy of Mount Royal that Discrimination/Harassment of students and employees is unacceptable and will not be tolerated.
Alberta Human Rights Commission Interpretive Bulletin:
Duty to Accommodate Students with Disabilities
(Read the full document here)
Universal Access Policy
Mount Royal's Universal Access Policy is an approach to the design of all products, processes, procedures, systems, structure and environments. The goal is to make these as usable as possible by as many individuals as possible, regardless of age, ability, or situation.
"Universal" does not imply one solution for everyone; rather, it reflects an awareness of the unique nature of each individual as well as the need to accommodate differences. The aim is to create learning and working experiences to suit the individual and to maximize the individual's ability to progress.
Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy (FOIP) Act
To protect Mount Royal students' personal records and information, our staff and faculty are required to follow the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy (FOIP) Act. We are not permitted to release records or personal contact information to any third party without prior written approval from the student.
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