Colorado State University is committed to an educational and working environment that provides equal opportunity to all members of the university community. To access the full CSU non-discrimination statement visit here.
Colorado State University and Career Services are committed to principles of nondiscrimination and equal opportunity and expect employers or mentors who participate in Career Services events or activities to observe such principles.
Career Services are provided by the University as a benefit to our students. The University reserves the right to limit an employer’s ability to participate in Career Services events or activities if the University has reason to believe that behavior or action by an employer is illegal, endangers a student, or is in violation of the University’s non-discrimination statement or other University policy, as determined by Career Services. In such event, Career Services may limit an employer’s ability to participate in Career Services events or activities, such as removing job postings or limiting participation in job fairs.
Career Service’s events or activities, services, interviewing facilities, or job posting database are not available to employers who engage in employment discrimination on the basis of race, age, creed, color, religion, national origin or ancestry, sex, gender, disability, veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, pregnancy, or any other basis prohibited by applicable law.
The University and Career Services expect that all students will be treated in a professional and respectful manner, consistent with the University’s non-discrimination statement. This expectation extends to employer participation in all Career Services events or activities, including student internships, mentorship activities, and other events, regardless of whether they take place on or off campus, in person, or online.
A limited exception to the non-discrimination statement applies to military recruiters, or other entities, insofar as their employment and hiring practices are permitted under applicable law. Any such exception is not necessarily an endorsement by the university.
For concerns regarding any employer’s or potential employer’s violation of the Employer Expectations set forth above, students should contact the CSU Dean of Students or the Executive Director of Career Services.