University of Northern Colorado
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|Public or Private:||Public|
|Federal Circuit:||Tenth Circuit|
|Head of Institution:||President Kay Norton
University of Northern Colorado
Carter Hall 4000
Campus Box 59 UNC
Greeley, CO 80639
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On this page, FIRE has excerpted policies that address speech and expression. You may download the full policy in .pdf form, below.
Restrictions on Expressive Rights
Harassment Policies (Learn More)
Dean of Students Office: Discrimination and Sexual Harassment Policy 12-13
Student Code of Conduct: Prohibited Conduct 12-13
which threatens or endangers the health or safety of any person, including one’s self.
Policies on Tolerance, Respect, and Civility (Learn More)
Residence Handbook: Abuse 12-13
conduct which threatens or endangers the health or safety of any person,
including one’s self is prohibited.
environment that is so hostile or intimidating that it inflicts physical or
emotional harm on another person and/or interferes with a student’s ability to
learn or participate in activities in the campus community. Acts of harassment
include, but are not limited to, unwelcome or repeated contacts in person, by
telephone, by letter, by any method of electronic communication (including
actions taken on the internet or on social media websites), damaging or
vandalizing personal property, offensive acts/gestures, overt threats (whether
or not they were acted on), or any conduct that creates or is intended to cause
physical or emotional harm in the victim.
Residence Handbook: Noisy, Disorderly, or Disruptive Behaviors 12-13
Internet Usage Policies
UNC Computer, Internet & Electronic Communications Procedures 12-13
Policies on Bias and Hate Speech
Residence Handbook: Bias Motivated Incidents 12-13
including inappropriate jokes and pranks that are motivated
Student Code of Conduct, including, but not limited to racism, ageism,
sexism, and/or homophobia.
Residence Handbook: Policy on Bias Motivated Incidents 12-13
include any act, display or communication by which the actor intends or threatens to intimate
or harass another person, including disrupting normal University activities or a student’s
focus on academic or other legitimate University pursuits, or to damage the property of
another person, because of that person’s actual or perceived race, color, religion, ancestry,
national origin, physical or mental disability or sexual orientation.
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The speech codes and policies above were last fully checked via internet and other research means by FIRE in November 2012. According to FIRE’s research the substantive policies are current at least until this date. Directory information, including the name of the president of the college or university, may have been updated more recently. If any policy has been revised, or if you believe that we are in error, please contact us.