Indiana Tech Law School values the unique perspectives that individuals of diverse backgrounds bring to the Law School’s educational mission. To that end, the Law School does not discriminate in the administration of any program, function, or activity on the basis of, among other things, color, race, ancestry, national or ethnic origin, immigration or citizenship status, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital or partnership status, political affiliation, age, physical characteristics, handicap or disability, veteran status or status as a crime victim, or any class protected by law.

Note: The Law School’s accommodation of military recruiters should not be interpreted as accepting, approving, or supporting the unequal treatment of transgender persons.