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Unformatted text preview: Any student, faculty member,
staff employee, or visitor who feels he or she is the victim of harassment or other form of discrimination on
the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin,
sexual orientation, age, physical or mental disability, or
veteran status should follow the grievance procedures
outlined below. Consistent with George Mason University’s duty to provide a work and academic environment
free from unlawful harassment or discrimination, the
university reserves the right to investigate any allegation
of harassment or discrimination upon receipt of sufﬁcient evidence to sustain such claims. Retaliation The OEDS also investigates and resolves allegations of
retaliation against individuals who have raised claims of
discrimination based on the above factors or who have
cooperated in an investigative process in some manner.
Retaliation is a negative action taken against an individual as a result of a complaint being ﬁled or after an individual has cooperated with an investigative process.
Retaliation is prohibited whether or not the char...
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