Johnson State Policies & Procedures Manual
Johnson State has established policies and procedures to guide the College in carrying out our essential work of teaching and learning, being in a safe and orderly community, and encouraging free expression and responsibility. In addition, policies are written to help ensure regulatory compliance, enhance the college mission, reduce institutional risk, and work in the interests of fairness and transparency.
Vermont State Colleges Policy Manual
General policies governing the colleges that make up the Vermont State Colleges System can be found here.
The Vermont State Colleges system offers a comprehensive benefits package to all eligible employees that includes health and dental insurance, generous vacation and sick leave plans and a retirement contribution plan. Learn more about the benefits of working for the VSC.
Non-Discrimination and Prevention of Harassment and Related Unprofessional Conduct
Johnson State College (JSC) does not engage in unlawful discrimination based on race, color, creed, ancestry, ethnicity, national origin, place of birth, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, age, veteran status, marital status or any other status protected by law. Sexual harassment, racial harassment, and harassment of persons based upon other protected categories are forms of discrimination and will not be tolerated. Also, inappropriate sexual relationships between staff and students, although they may not rise to the level of sexual harassment, are prohibited. Further, JSC, in accordance with Vermont law, does not discriminate against any person on the basis of the person having a positive HIV-related blood test.
JSC does not discriminate on the basis of the above protected categorizations in application processes for admissions or employment, in academic and residential programs, in employment practices and policies, in scholarship and loan programs, in athletic programs, and any other programs or facilities. JSC is an equal opportunity employer.
The above is taken from VSC Policy 311, which is available online here. Any questions or complaints about potential or perceived discrimination, harassment or related unprofessional conduct in violation of any state or federal law or VSC Policy 311 should be directed to the Assistant Academic Dean at 802-635-1243. Please contact the Learning Specialist, Academic Support Services, at 802-635-1264, if accommodations are needed to apply for admission; and the Dean of Administration, at 802-635-1208, if accommodations are needed for employment.