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The catalog provides information for your guidance as you make academic decisions. Generally, students are entitled to graduate under the degree provisions of the catalog in effect at the time of their first completed semester of enrollment. However, the College reserves the right to make changes to any curriculum or program, whether during a student’s enrollment or otherwise. Other policies and procedures stated within this catalog are applicable during the year(s) indicated as the Catalog’s effective date. Payment of tuition or attendance in any class shall constitute a student’s acceptance of the administration’s rights as set forth above.
Union County College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Errors and Omissions with regard to:
… Academic Information should be directed to the office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs.
… Tuition and Fees should be directed to the office of the Vice President for Financial Affairs.
… Student Services, including admissions, registration, place- ment testing, and office hours should be directed to the office of the Vice President for Student Development.
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Non-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment Policy
Union County College is committed to maintain environments for all students, employees, and visitors that are free from discrimination and harassment. In accordance with State and Federal law, Union County College does not discriminate and prohibits discrimination on the basis of the following protected classes and/or characteristics, in all of its programs and activities, including but not limited to employment, promotion, admissions, and access to all career and technical programs: Race; Creed; Color; Sex; Gender; Pregnancy; Gender Identity or Expression; National Origin; Nationality, Age; Ancestry; Marital Status, Domestic Partnership, or Civil Union Status; Religion; Affectional or Sexual Orientation; Atypical Heredity Cellular or Blood Trait; Genetic Information; Liability for Military Service; Protected Veteran Status; Mental or Physical Disability (including perceived disability, AIDS and HIV related illnesses); Harassment (related to any of the forgoing categories); Retaliation for filing a complaint of, or participating in, an investigation of discrimination; and any other category protected by law.
The following individuals have been designated to address inquiries regarding Section 504, the ADA, and Title IX, as indicated:
Dr. Raúl M. Sánchez
Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Officer Title IX Coordinator
MacDonald Hall, room A-107
For information concerning filing a complaint of discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual assault, domestic and dating violence, stalking, investigations, and victim services, please see the link on the Union County College homepage or contact Dr. Sánchez.
Student Accommodation Requests:
Ms. Karen Cimorelli
Coordinator of Disability Support and Services
Nomahegan Hall, room N-3 Phone: 908-709-7164
All requests for accommodations from Union County College students, pursuant to Section 504 or the ADA, should be directed to Ms. Cimorelli.
Employee, Guest, and Visitor Accommodation Requests:
Mr. Vincent Lotano Director of Human Resources
Section 504 Administrator and ADA Coordinator
MacDonald Hall, room A-219 Phone: 908-709-7046
All requests for accommodations from Union County College employees, guests, and visitors, pursuant to Section 504 or the ADA, should be directed to Mr. Lotano, the Section 504 Administrator and ADA Coordinator. All matters, other than student accommodation requests and complaints, also may be directed to Mr. Lotano.