Notice of Non-Discrimination
 Applicants for admission and employment, students, parents of students, employees, sources of referral of applications for admission and employment, and all professional organizations holding agreements with Baker University are hereby notified that this institution does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, sexual orientation, or disability in the admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its programs or activities. Any person having inquiries concerning Baker University compliance with the regulations implementing Title VI,Title IX, or section 504 is directed to contact the Vice President for Financial Services, Baker University, P.O. Box 65, Baldwin City, Kansas 66006 (785-594-6451 ext. 340), who has been designated by Baker University to coordinate the institutionís efforts to comply with the regulations implementing Title VI, Title IX, and section 504. Any person also may contact the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education, regarding the institutionís compliance with regulations implementing Title VI,Title IX, or section 504.
  The University acknowledges that failure to implement the plan, in the absence of any previously agreed revision could constitute a violation and lead to the initiation of enforcement activity by the Office of Civil Rights.
  Notice of Accessibility
  Although certain facilities are not fully physically accessible to all individuals with disabilities, Baker University will take such means as are necessary to ensure that no qualified individual with a disability is denied the benefits of, excluded from participation in, or use of any programs or activities provided by the University. Baker will meet federal standards of accessibility by reassignment of classes or other services to accessible locations, alterations, or new construction. Structural changes to existing facilities will not be required where other methods are sufficient to comply with the federal standards as published. Because scheduling of classes and arranging housing in accessible facilities may require reasonable advanced planning, students with disabilities accepted for admission should identify themselves within four months of the start of the semester of admission and indicate the nature of accommodation they may need.