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Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Policies and Procedures

Gender-Based Misconduct and Interim Title IX Policies and Procedures for Students - Student Conduct and Community Standards

Pregnancy and Parenting

 

Under the federal law Title IX, universities are prohibited from discriminating on the basis of
sex, including on the basis of pregnancy and childbirth. The Title IX Coordinator’s office at
Columbia works to ensure that Columbia’s programs and classrooms are accessible to all
pregnant students. Together with the student, her department and professors, the Title IX
Coordinator arranges reasonable accommodations which enable pregnant students to
participate fully in academic programs. Reasonable accommodations help students maintain
their educational plans while not centrally altering the nature of academic programs or
requirements. Commonly, they include shifting assignment and exams dates, absences for
medical appointments, in some cases a medical leave of absence or taking an incomplete in a
class and making up the work missed at a later date. Reasonable accommodations are defined
on a case-by-case basis by the Title IX staff and the pregnant student’s Dean of Students or
other staff involved with the School’s student life, as well as through an individualized
assessment of the student’s circumstances, her doctor’s valuation of what is medically
necessary, and knowledge of the context in which the accommodation is sought.


Please connect with the Title IX Office to discuss accommodations

Please view a list of pregnancy and parenting resources available at Columbia here