Office of Institutional Diversity and Equity (OIDE) is charged with ensuring that the SUNY Korea experience provides equal opportunity and is safe, welcoming and free from discrimination. OIDE serves the entire SUNY Korea Community including, but not limited to, students, faculty, staff, parents, visitors, prospective students, and guests. SUNY Korea OIDE works closely with the counterparts in Stony Brook University – OEA and Fashion Institute of Technology in NY.
SUNY Korea is committed that no person, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity. Sexual harassment and sexual violence are extreme forms of discrimination that are prohibited by Title IX, the US federal law that is the standard for the sex discrimination policies at SUNY Korea. SUNY Korea, even though located in South Korea, is an extended campus of SUNY schools in the United States- SBU and FIT.
Sexual Misconduct Training
All new members (students, faculty, and staff) of SUNY Korea are required to complete the Sexual Misconduct training upon their joining.