notice of non-discrimination

fairleigh dickinson university does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, creed, handicap, genetic information, pregnancy status, religion, national origin or ancestry, gender, disability, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, and veteran status, and provides equal access to its programs, services and activities, whether they are offered in-person or online. the following are a list of person(s) who may be contacted with concerns of discrimination.

for inquiries regarding the accessibility of the university’s website:

william kennedy
director, web operations
fairleigh dickinson university
1000 river road, h-dh2-14
teaneck, new jersey 07666
phone: (201) 692-7275
fax: (201) 692-7019

for inquiries by students (and prospective students) regarding the accessibility of the university’s programs, services and activities:

darshan shah
director, office of disability support services
fairleigh dickinson university
285 madison avenue, m-mo1-01
madison, new jersey 07940
location: room 206, monninger center
phone: (973) 443-8079
fax: (973) 443-8080

craig mourton
deputy campus executive
fairleigh dickinson university
1000 river road, t-rh2-09
teaneck, new jersey 07666
location: room 35, robison hall
phone: (201) 692-2477
fax: (201) 692-2469

for inquiries by employees, prospective employees, students, prospective students and other members of the university community under the university’s non-discrimination policies:

rose d’ambrosio
associate vice president, human resources
fairleigh dickinson university
1000 river road, h-dh3-05
teaneck, new jersey 07666
location: room 3321, dickinson hall
phone: (201) 692-2706
fax: (201) 692-2717

in addition to the university’s internal procedures, an individual has the right to file a complaint with federal and state agencies that investigate allegations of discrimination. the agency should be consulted concerning their deadlines for filing. the following are a list of external agencies that may consider such complaints.

for violations of the u.s. civil rights act, including section 504 of the rehabilitation act of 1973, or title i of the americans with disabilities act of 1990:

new york office
office for civil rights
u.s. department of education
32 old slip, 26th floor
new york, ny 10005-2500
phone: (646) 428-3900
tty: (800) 877-8339
fax (646) 428-3843

on-line complaint form

office of civil rights information

for violations of the new jersey law against discrimination:

new jersey division of civil rights

northern regional office


31 clinton street
newark, new jersey 07102


po box 46001
newark, nj 07102
phone: (973) 648-2700
tty: (973) 648-4678
fax: (973) 648-4405

division of civil rights