It is the policy of the university to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, as amended, and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act. Furthermore, reasonable accommodations will be provided to qualified individuals with physical or mental disabilities. Please see Policies, Regulations, and Procedures Section U in the Student Handbook. Inquiries regarding reasonable accommodations should be directed to:

Center for Disability Resources

IIT Tower
10 West 35th Street, Third Floor
Chicago, IL 60616
Tel: 312.567.5744
TDD: 312.567.5135
Fax: 312.567.3845

In compliance with federal guidance, Illinois Institute of Technology strives to provide a supportive atmosphere for students experiencing challenges related to pregnancy, childbirth, and parenting. In supporting them in completing their educational goals, Illinois Tech provides reasonable accommodation such as academic assistance (flexibility with coursework and deadlines, breaks during class, excused absences, access to elevators, and comfortable desks/workspace) and extracurricular assistance (work schedule adjustment, housing/ dormitory changes, referrals to community resources, etc.). Please see Policies, Regulations, and Procedures Section V of the Student Handbook.

Students who must take short-term or extended leaves of absence will not be penalized and can re-enter while maintaining their previous academic status. For those who would like assistance in obtaining reasonable accommodations, please contact the Title IX Coordinator:

Virginia Foster
Title IX Coordinator

Policy No. E. 4.00
Date of Issue 7/2/2014

As an institution of higher education dedicated to fostering the dignity of each person, the university seeks to create an environment that is free of exploitation and unlawful harassment or discrimination as well as any appearance of conflict of interest or favoritism. In furtherance of the foregoing, the university prohibits consensual relationships of a dating, intimate, romantic and/or sexual nature between a university employee and (i) any undergraduate student, as the difference in institutional power and the inherent risk of coercion are too great, and (ii) any graduate student when the employee is in a position, actual or apparent, of power or influence over the student, including, but not limited to, supervisor and student-employee, instructor and student, advisor and student, graduate assistant and student, and coach and student-athlete. In addition, the university strongly discourages consensual relationships of a dating, intimate and/or sexual nature between a university employee and a graduate student even when no power relationship or ability to influence exists, as any such relationship may give rise to the perception of favoritism or bias, which undermine the spirit of trust and mutual respect that is important in an educational environment.


For purposes of this policy, a “student” includes any individual enrolled, or eligible to continue, in any part-time or full-time undergraduate or graduate program of the university, and a “consensual relationship” means a relationship of a dating, intimate, romantic and/or sexual nature entered into with the consent of both parties.


This policy does not, and is not intended, to alter, but rather is in addition to, any and all federal and state laws and other university policies regulating interpersonal conduct.