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-## University of Colorado Boulder Policies+# University of Colorado Boulder Policies
  
-### Accommodation For Disabilities+## Classroom Behavior
  
-If you qualify ​for accommodations because of a disabilityplease submit your accommodation letter from Disability Services to your faculty member ​in a timely manner so that your needs can be addressed ​Disability Services determines accommodations based on documented disabilities in the academic environment.  ​Information on requesting accommodations is located on the [Disability Services website](https://​www.colorado.edu/​disabilityservices/students). Contact Disability Services at 303-492-8671 or dsinfo@colorado.edu for further assistance. ​ If you have a temporary medical condition or injury, see [Temporary Medical Conditions](https://​www.colorado.edu/​disabilityservices/students/​temporary-medical-conditionsunder the Students tab on the Disability Services website.+Both students and faculty are responsible ​for maintaining an appropriate learning environment in all instructional settingswhether ​in person, remote or online. Those who fail to adhere to such behavioral standards may be subject to disciplineProfessional courtesy and sensitivity are especially important with respect to individuals and topics dealing with race, color, national origin, sex, pregnancy, age, disability, creed, religion, sexual orientation,​ gender identity, gender expression, veteran status, political affiliation or political philosophy.  ​For more information,​ see the policies on [classroom behavior](http://​www.colorado.edu/​policies/student-classroom-and-course-related-behavior) and the [Student Conduct & Conflict Resolution policies](https://​www.colorado.edu/​sccr/student-conduct).
  
-### Classroom Behavior+## Requirements for COVID-19
  
-Students ​and faculty each have responsibility for maintaining an appropriate learning environment. Those who fail to adhere ​to such behavioral standards may be subject to disciplineProfessional courtesy ​and sensitivity are especially important with respect to individuals ​and topics dealing with race, color, national origin, sex, pregnancy, age, disability, creed, religion, sexual orientation,​ gender identity, gender expression, veteran status, political affiliation or political philosophyFor more informationsee the [policies on classroom behavior](https://​www.colorado.edu/​policies/​student-classroom-and-course-related-behavior) ​and the [Student Code of Conduct](http://​www.colorado.edu/​osccr/​).+As a matter of public health ​and safety, all members of the CU Boulder community and all visitors ​to campus must follow university, department and building requirements and all public health orders in place to reduce the risk of spreading infectious diseaseCU Boulder currently requires COVID-19 vaccination ​and boosters for all faculty, staff and studentsStudentsfaculty ​and staff must upload proof of vaccination ​and boosters or file for an exemption based on medical, ethical or moral grounds through ​the MyCUHealth portal.
  
-### Preferred ​Student ​Names and Pronouns+The CU Boulder campus is currently mask-optional. However, if public health conditions change and masks are again required in classrooms, students who fail to adhere to masking requirements will be asked to leave class, and students who do not leave class when asked or who refuse to comply with these requirements will be referred to Student ​Conduct ​and Conflict Resolution. For more information,​ see the policy on classroom behavior and the Student Code of Conduct. If you require accommodation because a disability prevents you from fulfilling these safety measures, please follow the steps in the “Accommodation for Disabilities” statement on this syllabus.
  
-CU Boulder recognizes that students'​ legal information doesn'​t always align with how they identify. Students may update their preferred names and pronouns via the student portalthose preferred names and pronouns are listed on instructors'​ class rosters. In the absence ​of such updates, ​the name that appears on the class roster is the student'​s legal name.+If you feel ill and think you might have COVID-19, if you have tested positive for COVID-19, or if you are unvaccinated or partially vaccinated and have been in close contact ​with someone who has COVID-19, you should stay home and follow ​the further guidance of the Public Health Office (contacttracing@colorado.edu). If you are fully vaccinated and have been in close contact with someone who has COVID-19, you do not need to stay homerather, you should self-monitor for symptoms ​and follow ​the further guidance ​of the Public Health Office (contacttracing@colorado.edu).
  
-### Discrimination And Harassment+**In this class, if you are sick or quarantined,​ please contact the instructor in advance of any missed work.**
  
-The University of Colorado Boulder (CU-Boulder) is committed to maintaining a positive learning, working, and living environment. CU-Boulder will not tolerate acts of sexual misconduct, discrimination,​ harassment or related retaliation against or by any employee or student. CU’s Sexual Misconduct Policy prohibits sexual assault, sexual exploitation,​ sexual harassment, intimate partner abuse (dating or domestic violence), stalking or related retaliation. CU-Boulder’s Discrimination and Harassment Policy prohibits discrimination,​ harassment or related retaliation based on race, color, national origin, sex, pregnancy, age, disability, creed, religion, sexual orientation,​ gender identity, gender expression, veteran status, political affiliation or political philosophy. Individuals who believe they have been subject to misconduct under either policy should contact the Office of Institutional Equity and Compliance (OIEC) at 303-492-2127. Information about the OIEC, the above referenced policies, and the campus resources available to assist individuals regarding sexual misconduct, discrimination,​ harassment or related retaliation can be found at the OIEC website. 
  
-### Honor Code+## Accommodation For Disabilities 
 + 
 +If you qualify for accommodations because of a disability, please submit your accommodation letter from Disability Services to your faculty member in a timely manner so that your needs can be addressed. ​ Disability Services determines accommodations based on documented disabilities in the academic environment. ​ Information on requesting accommodations is located on the [Disability Services 
 +website](https://​www.colorado.edu/​disabilityservices/​). 
 +Contact Disability Services at 303-492-8671 or 
 +[dsinfo\@colorado.edu](mailto:​dsinfo@colorado.edu) for 
 +further assistance. ​ If you have a temporary medical condition, see 
 +[Temporary Medical Conditions](http://​www.colorado.edu/​disabilityservices/​students/​temporary-medical-conditions) 
 +on the Disability Services website. 
 + 
 +## Preferred Student Names and Pronouns 
 + 
 +CU Boulder recognizes that students'​ legal information doesn'​t always align with how they identify. Students may update their preferred names and pronouns via the student portal; those preferred names and pronouns are listed on instructors'​ class rosters. In the absence of such updates, the name that appears on the class roster is the student'​s legal name. 
 + 
 +## Honor Code
  
-All students enrolled in a University of Colorado Boulder course are responsible for knowing and adhering to the Honor Code. Violations of the policy may include: plagiarism, cheating, fabrication,​ lying, bribery, threat, unauthorized access to academic materials, clicker fraud, submitting the same or similar work in more than one course without permission from all course instructors involved, and aiding academic dishonesty. All incidents of academic misconduct will be reported to the Honor Code (honor@colorado.edu);​ 303-492-5550). Students ​who are found responsible for violating the academic integrity policy will be subject to nonacademic sanctions from the Honor Code as well as academic sanctions from the faculty member. Additional information regarding the Honor Code academic integrity policy can be found at the [Honor Code Office website](https://​www.colorado.edu/​osccr/​honor-code).+All students enrolled in a University of Colorado Boulder course are responsible for knowing and adhering to the Honor Code. Violations of the policy may include: plagiarism, cheating, fabrication,​ lying, bribery, threat, unauthorized access to academic materials, clicker fraud, submitting the same or similar work in more than one course without permission from all course instructors involved, and aiding academic dishonesty. All incidents of academic misconduct will be reported to the Honor Code (honor@colorado.edu);​ 303-492-5550). Students found responsible for violating the academic integrity policy will be subject to nonacademic sanctions from the Honor Code as well as academic sanctions from the faculty member. Additional information regarding the Honor Code academic integrity policy can be found at the [Honor Code Office website](https://​www.colorado.edu/​osccr/​honor-code).
  
-**Substantial evidence of a violation of the Honor Code results in no credit for the relevant assignment.**+## Sexual Misconduct, Discrimination,​ Harassment and/or Related Retaliation
  
-### Sexual MisconductDiscriminationHarassment ​and/or Related Retaliation+CU Boulder is committed to fostering an inclusive and welcoming learningworking, and living environment. The university will not tolerate acts of sexual misconduct (harassment,​ exploitation,​ and assault), intimate partner violence (dating ​or domestic violence), stalking, or protected-class discrimination or harassment by or against members of our community. Individuals who believe they have been subject to misconduct or retaliatory actions for reporting a concern should contact the Office of Institutional Equity and Compliance (OIEC) at 303-492-2127 or email cureport@colorado.edu. Information about university policies, [reporting options](https://​www.colorado.edu/​oiec/​reporting-resolutions/​making-report),​ and the support resources can be found on the [OIEC website](http://​www.colorado.edu/​institutionalequity/​).
  
-The University of Colorado Boulder (CU Boulder) is committed ​to fostering a positive and welcoming learning, working, and living environment. CU Boulder will not tolerate acts of sexual misconduct ​(including sexual assault, exploitation,​ harassment, dating ​or domestic violence, ​and stalking), discrimination, ​and harassment ​by members of our community. Individuals who believe they have been subject to misconduct or retaliatory actions for reporting a concern should contact the Office of Institutional Equity ​and Compliance (OIEC) at 303-492-2127 ​or cureport@colorado.edu. Information ​about the OIECuniversity policies[anonymous ​reporting](https://​cuboulder.qualtrics.com/​jfe/​form/​SV_0PnqVK4kkIJIZnf)and the campus resources can be found on the [OIEC website](https://​www.colorado.edu/​oiec/).+Please know that faculty and graduate instructors have a responsibility ​to inform OIEC when they are made aware of incidents ​of sexual misconduct, dating ​and domestic violence, stalking, discrimination,​ harassment and/or related retaliation,​ to ensure that individuals impacted receive information ​about their rightssupport resourcesand reporting ​optionsTo learn more about reporting and support options for a variety of concernsvisit [Don’t Ignore It](https://​www.colorado.edu/​dontignoreit/).
  
-Please know that faculty and instructors have a responsibility to inform OIEC when made aware of incidents of sexual misconduct, discrimination,​ harassment and/or related retaliation,​ to ensure that individuals impacted receive information about options for reporting and support resources. 
  
-### Religious Holidays+## Religious Holidays
  
-Campus policy regarding religious observances requires that faculty make every effort to deal reasonably and fairly with all students who, because of religious obligations,​ have conflicts with scheduled exams, assignments or required attendance. See the campus policy regarding religious observances for full details.+Campus policy regarding religious observances requires that faculty make every effort to deal reasonably and fairly with all students who, because of religious obligations,​ have conflicts with scheduled exams, assignments or required attendance. See the [campus policy regarding religious 
 +observances](http://​www.colorado.edu/​policies/​observance-religious-holidays-and-absences-classes-andor-exams) ​for full details.
  
 **Please inform the instructor at least a week in advance if you will be missing class for religious observance.** **Please inform the instructor at least a week in advance if you will be missing class for religious observance.**
  
-### A commitment and invitation from CMCI+## A commitment and invitation from CMCI
  
-CMCI strives to be a community whose excellence depends on diversity, equity, and inclusion. We aim to understand and challenge systems of privilege and disadvantage in higher education, such as those based on class, race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, and dis/​ability. We seek to reach across social and political divides and to make space for voices historically underrepresented in higher education and marginalized in society. In other words, diversity is not just a future reality for which we try to prepare students. It is a priority we want to put into practice here, now, and together, in order to foster places of learning where all members can thrive. Our question for you is, how are we doing? Please contact the CMCI diversity team (email [Karen Ashcraft](email:​Karen.Ashcraft@colorado.edu) ​or visit the [CMCI Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity Staff](https://​www.colorado.edu/​cmci/​about-college/​diversity-equity-and-inclusion/​our-team) page):+CMCI strives to be a community whose excellence depends on diversity, equity, and inclusion. We aim to understand and challenge systems of privilege and disadvantage in higher education, such as those based on class, race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, and dis/​ability. We seek to reach across social and political divides and to make space for voices historically underrepresented in higher education and marginalized in society. In other words, diversity is not just a future reality for which we try to prepare students. It is a priority we want to put into practice here, now, and together, in order to foster places of learning where all members can thrive. Our question for you is, *how are we doing?Please contact the CMCI diversity team or visit the [CMCI Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity Staff](https://​www.colorado.edu/​cmci/​about-college/​diversity-equity-and-inclusion/​our-team) page:
  
   * if you need support or other resources but don’t know where to turn   * if you need support or other resources but don’t know where to turn