Equal Employment Opportunity, Equal Education Opportunity and Affirmative Action
To provide equal employment, advancement and learning opportunities to all individuals, employment and student admission decisions at Barton will be based on merit, qualifications, and abilities. Barton Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age or any characteristic protected by law in all aspects of employment and admission in its education programs or activities. Any person having inquiries concerning Barton Community College’s non-discrimination compliance policy, including the application of Equal Opportunity Employment, Titles IV, VI, VII, IX, Section 504 and the implementing regulations, is directed to contact the College’s Civil Rights Equity Officer, Barton Community College, Room L-138, Great Bend, Kansas 67530 (620) 786-7441. Any person may also contact the Director, Office of Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education, Washington, DC 20201.
Approved by: President
Revision(s): 12/16/13; 10/14/21 (minor revision)
Printed copies of the Annual Security and Fire Safety Report are available upon request from the Campus Safety Office located in the Technical Building, Room 154 on the main campus, or by contacting Campus Safety at 620.792.9217. View the full report online.
The report includes: Clery Act background; report development and distribution; geography reflecting campus locations and crime statistics for locations; Barton Campus Safety Authorities and associated procedures; procedures for requesting crime statistics from local law enforcement agencies; procedures for documenting our daily crime log; emergency notification procedures including decision to issue, methods of notification; evacuation, Run/Hide/Fight and other emergency procedures; timely warning procedures including associated crimes, decision to issue, methods of notification; Emergency Response Team members; procedures for reporting criminal acts or other emergencies; emergency contact information and assistance resources for locations; security awareness and crime prevention programs; drug, alcohol, annual notification to employees, sexual harassment policies; relationship and sexual violence prevention programs; disclosing information to victims; collaboration with law enforcement; registered sex offender notification; missing student procedures.
Applicants have rights under the following Federal Employment Laws: Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA); Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO); and Employee Polygraph Protection Act (EPPA). Persons with hearing or speech impairment please use the Kansas Relay Service at (800) 766-3777 or dial 711. Review of complete application packets begins immediately. All Barton positions are open until filled. EEO/AA.