The policies of Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tompkins County (CCE-TC) ensure full compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which states that no person shall be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination on the grounds of race, color, or national origin. CCE-TC’s policies also prohibit discrimination based on, but not limited to, religion, political beliefs, ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, marital or family status, veteran status, or disability in its programs and activities. Furthermore, CCE-TC’s programming is intrinsic to the organization’s commitment to eliminating the structural barriers that lead to poverty, racism, and other forms of discrimination in Tompkins County and beyond.
Any person(s) who believes they have been subjected to unlawful discrimination in programs, activities, or services of CCE-TC may file a complaint. Discrimination may be based on, but not limited to: race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, marital or family status, veteran status, disability, income, proficiency in English, religion, or political beliefs. The complaint may be filed by the affected individual(s) or their representative.
To file a complaint, download the CCE-TC Title VI Civil Rights Complaint Form (English).
A completed form can be submitted to us via email, mail, or in person at our offices following the instructions within the form. For more information, contact us at (607) 272-2292.
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tompkins County (CCE-TC) 致力于如1964 年《民权法案》第六篇 (Title VI) 和相关的法律和规定所保障，确保没有任何民众因为：种族、肤色、原国籍、性别、性取向、年龄、婚姻状况、家庭状况、退伍军人身份、残疾、收入、英语水平、宗教、或政治信仰而在接受服务时被排除参与的机会，被否认其应得的权益或遭受歧视。
如果您感觉曾遭受歧视，请下载 CCE-TC Title VI 公民权利投诉表格（简体中文）。
请透过邮寄﹑电邮或亲自的方式提交已签署的投诉表格按照表格中的说明。要请求提供关于 Title VI 的更多信息，请打 (607) 272-2292.
“The term "reasonable accommodation" means actions taken which permit an employee, prospective employee or member with a disability to perform in a reasonable manner the activities involved in the job or occupation sought or held and include, but are not limited to, provision of an accessible worksite, acquisition or modification of equipment, support services for persons with impaired hearing or vision, job restructuring and modified work schedules; provided, however, that such actions do not impose an undue hardship on the business, program or enterprise of the entity from which action is requested.”- New York State Division for Human Rights
Participants, applicants or employees may file a request for reasonable accommodation by completing the Reasonable Accommodation Form (Participant) or Reasonable Accommodation Form (Employee/Applicant)
Last updated August 1, 2017