NCU Catalog - May 2016 
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NCU Catalog - May 2016 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]


Northcentral University does not discriminate on the basis of sex in its education programs and related activities, as required by Title IX guidelines. Questions regarding Title IX policies and procedures may be referred to Northcentral University’s Title IX coordinator or to the Office of Civil rights.

Who to Contact

Inquiries concerning the application of Title IX for students may be referred to the University’s Title IX Coordinator at

NCU Code of Conduct related to Harassment

Northcentral University does not condone harassment or abusive behavior. Harassment, physical abuse, threatening comments, or intimidation of any person on University owned or controlled property or at University sponsored or supervised functions, or conduct which threatens or endangers the health or safety of any member of the University community or any other person or persons. Such conduct includes, but is not limited to stalking, cyber stalking, harassment, and retaliation as a result of complaints or alleged misconduct.

Report it

At NCU, students are encouraged to report incidents to any university official for confidential support and guidance. A team member of the University who, in the course of his or her job responsibilities, suspects the sexual or physical abuse must immediately report the incident to the law enforcement by dialing 911. If an incident of sexual assault occurs at a University location, it must be immediately reported to Human Resources.


The NCU Title IX Coordinator maintains oversight for review and investigation of complaints of this nature. All investigations will adhere to practices set forth by Federal Guidelines.

Protection Against Retaliation

NCU strictly prohibits retaliation by an institution, officer, employee, or agent of an institution for exercising their rights under Federal Guidelines. Retaliation includes intimidation, threats, coercion, discrimination, or any other form of retaliation.