Institutional Reports and Documents
Institutional Policies, Procedures, and Resources
The following are the most up-to-date and applicable policies, procedures, and resources for Fuller employees, students, and other community members. These documents are updated periodically and are available here as PDF documents. Note that faculty and staff can find their respective handbooks and the HR policy manual on the Employee Site. View the student handbook online.
Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program
Updated annually, this document outlines the standards of conduct that prohibit the unlawful possession, use or distribution of illicit drugs and alcohol by students and employees; highlights the sanctions for unlawful possession and distribution and the health risks associated with the use of illicit drugs and alcohol abuse; and confirms that sanctions will be imposed for violations of the standards of conduct.
Equal Employment Opportunity Policy Statement
This statement outlines the seminary’s policy against discrimination for employees and applicants, and also addresses the seminary’s commitment to affirmative action.
Policy Against All Forms of Unlawful or Prohibited Harassment in the Workplace
This policy applies to all seminary employees including faculty, administrators/managers, and staff level employees. It also extends to the seminary’s agents, as well as to vendors, independent contractors, and others doing business with the seminary.
Policy Against Discrimination Based on Race, Color, or National Origin
This policy applies to all members of the Fuller Theological Seminary community.
Policy Against Retaliation
This policy applies to all members of the seminary community, including students, authorized student organizations, faculty, administrators/managers, staff-level employees, and trustees.
Policy Against Sexual Misconduct
This policy applies to all employees and students, as well as to visitors of a Fuller campus.
Responsible Employees and Campus Security Authorities Policy
This policy identifies the positions that are Responsible Employees, or those within the seminary who have a duty to report incidents of harassment and discrimination to a Title IX and Discrimination Officer. It also identifies the positions that are Campus Security Authorities, or those within the seminary who must report crimes under the Clery Act to the Department of Campus Safety.
Complaint Resolution Procedures: Academic Integrity
Applicable complaint resolution procedures for the Community Standard: Academic Integrity. (Available to Fuller employees and students who have a Fuller ID.)
Complaint Resolution Procedures: Marriage and Divorce, Respect for People and Property, Sexual Standards, Substance Abuse
Applicable complaint resolution procedures for the Community Standards: Marriage and Divorce; Respect for People and Property; Sexual Standards; and Substance Abuse.
Complaint Resolution Procedures: Sexual Harassment, Unlawful Discrimination, Unlawful Harassment, Sexual Misconduct, Retaliation
Applicable complaint resolution procedures for the Community Standards and Policies: Policy Against Sexual Harassment; Policy Against Unlawful Discrimination; Policy Against All Forms of Unlawful Harassment in the Workplace; Policy Against Discrimination Based on Race, Color, or National Origin; Policy Against Sexual Misconduct; and Policy Against Retaliation.
Overview of the Student Complaint Resolution Process
This flowchart provides an overview of the student complaint resolution process.
Phases within the Student Complaint Resolution Process
This chart describes the phases within the student complaint resolution process.
Resource Guide on Sexual Misconduct
This resource includes applicable Fuller Seminary Policies, Procedures, and Victim Services, per the Violence Against Women Act, for victims of sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking.