2020年lpl夏季赛排名

2020年lpl夏季赛排名

Any student or employee who disagrees with the eligibility and/or accommodation decisions made by the Director of Compliance and Disability Services or who is not provided an accommodation in an effective and timely manner, has the right to file a grievance/complaint. Information regarding the filing of a grievance and/or complaint is available below or by contacting the Director of Compliance and Disability Services, located on the 1st Floor of Armstrong Slater Building, Counseling Center Wing, Hampton University, Hampton, Virginia 23668.

Hampton University has adopted an internal grievance procedure providing for prompt and equitable resolution of complaints alleging discrimination based on disability. Complaints alleging discrimination based on disability must be addressed to the Director of Compliance and Disability Services, located on the 1st Floor of Armstrong Slater Building, Counseling Center Wing (757) 727-5493, who has been designated to coordinate the University's Section 504 and ADA compliance efforts. The following steps explain the procedure:

  1. A complaint must be submitted in writing, contain the name and address of the complainant, and a description of the allegations of discrimination. The complaint must set forth specific facts in support of the allegation(s).
  2. A complaint must be filed within thirty (30) days of the alleged discrimination. Complaints received later than thirty (30) days of the alleged discrimination will be dismissed as untimely unless exceptional circumstances prevented timely filing.
  3. An investigation, as may be appropriate, shall be conducted by the Director of Compliance and Disability Services following receipt of a discrimination complaint. This procedure affords the complainant and the person(s) against whom the allegation(s) of discrimination have been made, and their respective representatives, if any, an opportunity to submit information, written statements and documentation regarding the complaint allegations.
  4. A written determination, including investigative findings as to the validity of the complaint and a description of the resolution, if any, shall be issued by the Director of Compliance and Disability Services and a copy forwarded to the complainant no later than thirty (30) days after receipt of the complaint.
  5. The complainant may appeal the findings of an investigation by submitting a written document within seven (7) days of receipt of the determination to the Vice President for Student Affairs, Hampton University, Hampton, VA 23668 who shall refer the appeal to a three (3) member Appeals Committee consisting of a representative from Student Affairs, a Faculty representative and a Student Health professional. All documentation related to the original complaint and subsequent investigation shall be made available to the Appeals Committee as well as any other information they deem necessary to make their decision. The appeal must specify with particularity the irregularities of the investigator's determination. The Vice President for Student Affairs must inform the complainant of the appeal decision within fourteen (14) days of the receipt of the appeal.
  6. Although Hampton University will make every effort to comply with these timelines, circumstances such as school breaks, may justify an extension of time. If such an extension is warranted, the parties will be advised.
  7. Retaliation against any person who files a complaint of alleged discrimination, participates in an investigation, or opposes a discriminatory employment or education practice or policy is prohibited under University policy and by state and federal law. An individual who believes he or she was subjected to retaliation can file a grievance about the alleged retaliation under these procedures. If it is determined that retaliation has occurred, sanctions may be imposed, including, but not limited to, suspension or termination.
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