Employment Opportunities

The College adheres to the principle of equal educational and employment opportunity without discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, age, national or ethnic origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, handicap or disability, military or veteran status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected under applicable federal, state or local law in the administration of its educational policies, scholarship and loan programs, and other College-administered programs and employment practicesRetaliation is also prohibited.  To read our full compliance statement please visit: http://moore.edu/about-moore/non-discrimination-504-titleix

 

PART-TIME FACULTY POSITIONS

PART-TIME STAFF POSITIONS

FULL-TIME FACULTY POSITIONS

Continuing Education FACULTY POSITIONS

Current Staff Positions

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PART-TIME FACULTY POSITIONS

BFA Fashion Design:

Moore College of Art & Design is seeking adjunct faculty members to teach in the Fashion Design Department in the 2016-2017 academic year.  We are seeking candidates with apparel design industry experience and college-level teaching expertise in fashion industry practices, including apparel design and product development; draping and pattern making; construction; fitting; merchandising and digital technologies for fashion design.  Master’s degree preferred.  

APPLICATION PROCEDURES:  Applications must be submitted as a PDF

Please submit the following materials to Patti Phillips, Academic Dean, pphillips@moore.edu

2) Brief cover letter

3) 2 references (Names and contact information only)

4) A digital portfolio of Professional work and Student work either via URL or as a PDF

The College complies with all applicable federal, state and local laws in which it operates. Moore does not discriminate based on a person’s race, creed, disability, sexual orientation, age, marital status or any other protected class

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BFA Web Media:

The Photography and Digital Arts Department at Moore College of Art and Design has an opportunity for an adjunct faculty to teach Web Media on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 8:30-11:20 am for the Spring 2016 semester. The Web Media course is designed to help students synthesize their understanding of motion, time, information and interactivity as effective visual strategies in a web environment. Previous teaching experience and a terminal degree is preferred.

To Apply:

Please submit the following in PDF format to: rgoodman@moore.edu, Robert Goodman, Chair, Photography and Digital Arts

1.      CV

2.      Brief Cover Letter

3.      Two references

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FULL-TIME FACULTY POSITIONS

Fashion Design Faculty Chair Position

POSITION: Moore College of Art & Design seeks to hire a dynamic full-time faculty Department Chair of Fashion Design. The 3-year full-time, renewable appointment starts in August 2017. Salary and rank are commensurate with experience and subject to the collective bargaining agreement with Moore Federation of Teachers.

QUALIFICATIONS: The Fashion Design Department seeks candidates who work at the intersection of design, craft, and technology, and with an interest in new materials, processes, and methodologies that relate to fashion and textile design.  The ideal candidate will be an innovative teacher/designer with an advanced degree in fashion design and/or related field or equivalent credentials; significant professional experience in the fashion industry and/or other relevant background; and a dynamic leader with demonstrated academic and administrative experience. S/he will have college-level teaching experience, preferably with at least three years full-time, teaching all levels of design and construction studios, as well as experience teaching in some (or all) of the following areas: drawing, draping,  apparel fabrics, professional practices, and history of costume. The Chair promotes excellence in faculty teaching and pedagogy, research and engagement through mentoring, peer review, and program assessment. Building on the department’s strong history, the Chair will guide innovative curriculum development within the major and through electives in fashion merchandizing, technology in fashion, textiles, entrepreneurship, and other courses that prepare students to be agile in the current and future job market.

The Chair will be a creative cultural and academic leader who is knowledgeable about the expansive field of fashion and current, emerging, and future industry trends.  S/he will have the ability to increase the visibility of the major, strengthen its regional and national presence, as well as its global prominence and perspective through curriculum, faculty hiring, and student internship placements. To excel in this position an individual will establish contemporary fashion design, art, and entrepreneurial contacts and facilitate active and meaningful student engagement with outside professionals.

DUTIES: Department Chair responsibilities include oversight of the Fashion Design undergraduate major and minor programs. The Chair’s annual full-time faculty teaching load is six credits with three credits of release time each semester for administration, office hours, and participation as a college leader. The Chair brings creative oversight to the fall Jumpstart Fashion Show and the annual spring Fashion Show, as well as other pop-up community events.  The Chair is expected to collaborate with Moore colleagues, staff, and administration in Admissions, Student Services, Educational Support Services, and the Galleries, and to work strategically to support recruitment, retention, outreach and mission. Fashion Design is an external-facing department and the Chair works with Marketing and Communications to provide fashion related content for the College website, announcements, and publications. There are some administrative responsibilities in the summer. 

COLLEGE & COMMUNITY:  Since 1848, Moore College of Art & Design has educated and prepared women for careers in the visual arts as the nation’s first and only women’s visual arts college. Moore’s student-focused environment and professionally active faculty are a dynamic community in the heart of Philadelphia’s cultural district. With an enrollment of 500 undergraduate students, Moore offers ten BFA majors – Art Education, Art History, Curatorial Studies, Fashion Design, Fine Arts, Graphic Design, Illustration, Animation & Game Arts, Interior Design, and Photography & Digital Arts. With 90 majors, Fashion Design is one of Moore’s largest departments. All BFA majors do a required paid internship in summer between their junior and senior years. Moore’s Graduate Studies include unique programs in Social Engagement, Community Practice, Studio Art, and Art Education with an Emphasis in Special Populations that provide men and women with immersive experiences and communities of research and creativity to become professional artists, designers and teachers.

The Galleries at Moore are a vibrant forum to explore contemporary art, design, and ideas that enrich the artistic and intellectual climate of the college, the Greater Philadelphia community, and beyond. This is accomplished through important and challenging exhibitions, publications on established and emerging regional, national, and international artists and designers, and free programs and public events for all ages that highlight Moore’s mission of educating students in careers in art and design. Further information about the position is available at http://moore.edu/about-moore/employment-opportunities  

The College adheres to the principle of equal educational and employment opportunity without discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, age, national or ethnic origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, handicap or disability, military or veteran status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected under applicable federal, state or local law in the administration of its educational policies, scholarship and loan programs, and other College-administered programs and employment practices.  Retaliation is also prohibited.  To read our full compliance statement please visit: http://moore.edu/about-moore/non-discrimination-504-titleix

APPLICATION PROCEDURES: A review of applications will begin January 20, 2017 and will continue until the position is filled. Employment is contingent upon proof of eligibility to work in the United States.

Please send application materials via e-mail with the following materials sent as a PDF:

  • Letter of interest
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Teaching philosophy
  • Contact information of three professional references
  • At least three syllabi and digital images of student work from each course. (Additional student work can be submitted if labeled with course/level/assignment.)
  • A digital portfolio of professional work either via URL or as a PDF
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Please include a list of images (as a PDF) that corresponds with your submitted images. If you prefer that your images are viewed in a particular order, please number them accordingly.

All application materials/files should be labeled appropriately. Moore will not accept, evaluate or be responsible for hardcopies or original copies of portfolio materials. Please do not submit additional or original portfolio materials, they will be discarded and not considered part of the application. Portfolios on a CD will not be returned.

 

Submit materials to:

Patricia C. Phillips, Academic Dean
Attention: Executive Assistant to the Academic Dean
Moore College of Art and Design
20th Street & the Parkway
Philadelphia, PA 19103-1179
Tel: 215-965-4012

pphillips@moore.edu

 

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Continuing Education FACULTY POSITIONS

CONTINUING EDUCATION ADULT PROGRAMS
The Continuing Education Department’s Adult Programs focuses on seven professional certificate programs offered in four 10-week sessions with various teaching opportunities that arise throughout the year.  On campus courses meet one evening a week and a number of courses are offered online. A bachelor's or master’s degree or equivalent professional background in relevant areas is required. If you are interested in exploring possibilities for teaching with us, please send email with attached resume to Judy Woodworth, Co-Director for Continuing Education (jwoodworth@moore.edu).

Interior Design Studies
The Interior Design Studies Certificate Program requires faculty with general interior design expertise and/or specialized interior design skills in color, lighting, mechanical drafting, and CAD for Drafting.

Fashion Studies
The Fashion Studies: Technical Design Certificate and the Fashion Studies: Apparel Construction Certificate require faculty who have experience with the contemporary fashion environment and/or specialized skills in one of the following areas: sewing, garment construction, flat patternmaking, fashion textiles, Photoshop and Illustrator for fashion, and Lectra.

Fashion Merchandising+Production (Online)
The Fashion Merchandising+Production Certificate Program requires faculty with a background in the contemporary fashion environment, as well as specialized skills in one of the following areas: apparel design principles, fashion textiles, fashion trend and color forecasting, fashion retailing, product development, merchandising planning and control and international retailing.  The College will provide training in teaching an online course.

Motion Graphics (Hybrid/Online)
The Motion Graphics Certificate Program requires faculty with skills in one of the following areas:  color systems and 2D design (online), digital imaging with Photoshop, digital typography (online), digital production standards (online), After Effects, storyboarding for film and animation (online), and 3D motion design.  As noted, some courses will be offered online and the College will provide training in teaching an online course.

Web Design and Digital Media for Print+Web
The Web Design Certificate and the Digital Media for Print+Web Certificate require faculty with skills in general digital design using Abobe Creative Suite basics and/or specialized skills in one of the following: Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, WordPress, HTML, CSS, Dreamweaver, design for mobile devices, and color pre-press production.

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PART-TIME STAFF POSITIONS

YOUTH PROGRAM INSTRUCTORS

POSITION: The Continuing Education Department at Moore College of Art & Design has opportunities for part-time instructors with undergraduate degrees, teaching certification and/or equivalent professional experience to teach courses in the following areas: fine arts (two dimensional and three dimensional), photography, fashion, jewelry design, animation and illustration.  Fall and spring courses take place on Saturdays during a 10-week semester.  Summer classes take place during a five-week, week day semester. 

To Apply:  Please submit resume with brief cover letter to:hr@moore.edu or Judy Woodworth, Director for Continuing Education, Moore College of Art and Design, 20th Street and The Parkway, Philadelphia, PA 19103.

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PUBLIC RELATIONS & ADMINISTRATIVE INTERN

POSITION: We are looking for a non-paid intern to work part-time, twice weekly during the Fall semester in the Communications Office.

Responsibilities:

  • Assist with reporting, writing and proofing of short pieces for the College magazine
  • Assist with reporting, writing and posting news, feature stories or calendar items to the website 
  • Assist with generating story ideas
  • Assist with photography at events and in the classroom
  • Assist in developing and updating public relations resource manuals (media contact list, PR packets) and writing occasional press releases and calendar announcements.
  • Perform other administrative tasks as necessary, including filing newspaper clippings, researching media contacts, preparing media reports, faxing media releases and reviewing newspapers, magazines and blogs for Moore mentions.
     

Qualifications:

  • Must be actively enrolled in or a recent graduate of a university public relations, marketing, communications, journalism, English or other related program
  • Ability to undertake basic public relations writing assignments, such as press releases, calendar announcements and public service announcements
  • Understanding of basic media relations skills
  • Ability to interact professionally with students, faculty and staff
  • Good judgment
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook
  • Knowledge of Photoshop preferred but not required
  • Knowledge of Meltwater a plus
  • Good communications and time management skills
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced, deadline-driven office

To Apply 

Please send a cover letter, resume and writing sample to Mellany Armstrong, Associate Director of Communications, Moore College of Art & Design, 20th Street and The Parkway, Philadelphia, PA 19103-1179; or email marmstrong@moore.edu.

Education Level: current student or bachelor's degree

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Young Artists Workshop Site Coordinator 

POSITION: The Continuing Education Department at Moore College of Art & Design is seeking a Site Coordinator for Young Artists Workshop (YAW), which runs classes for grades 1-12 during three sessions throughout the year: summer, fall and spring.  The summer session meets Monday-Friday for five weeks from July 10 – Aug 11.  The fall and spring sessions meet on Saturdays for ten weeks. Hours are from 8:30 am – 4:30 pm.  This is an opportunity for an experienced art instructor with an undergraduate degree, teaching certification and/or equivalent professional experience.

Responsibilities:

  • Provide first layer of support for student, parent or instructor concerns
  • Conduct class observations and provide instructional support and feedback as needed
  • Support CE office in administration of program as necessary
  • Special event support (example – first day of class, Family Day, etc.)
  • Communicate/debrief Program Manager and Program Coordinator throughout the day
  • Support and direct BFA and High School Work Study students
  • Maintain important administrative procedures such as:  attendance sheets, supply requests, field trips, tokens, registration, incident reports
  • Complete rounds and check-in with morning and afternoon instructors each day
  • Collect Rosters for the Program Coordinator
  • Provide lunch coverage in dining hall and/or lobby as needed
  • Substitute classes as needed
  • Communicate and provide support for substitute instructors and models
  • Ensure supply cabinets are locked at end of day
  • Sign out students at the end of the day
  • Confirm pick-up of all students
  • Routine inspection of classrooms, supplies and studio/lab specific equipment

 

Qualifications:

  • Undergraduate degree, teaching certification and/or equivalent professional experience
  • Elementary and/or secondary teaching experience in the visual arts
  • Ability to interact professionally with students, faculty and staff
  • Good communication and time management skills
  • Excellent customer service skills
  • The ability to manage several tasks simultaneously
  • Act 153 clearances. (Child Abuse Clearance, State Clearance and FBI Fingerprint Clearance)


To Apply: Please submit resume with brief cover letter and hourly salary requirements to: hr@moore.edu

The College adheres to the principle of equal educational and employment opportunity without discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, age, national or ethnic origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, handicap or disability, military or veteran status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected under applicable federal, state or local law in the administration of its educational policies, scholarship and loan programs, and other College-administered programs and employment practicesRetaliation is also prohibited.  To read our full compliance statement please visit: http://moore.edu/about-moore/non-discrimination-504-titleix

 

 

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CURRENT STAFF POSITIONS

 

 

Reports to: Director of Development

Purpose: The Major Gifts Officer for the Moore College of Art & Design is responsible for major and planned gift fundraising including identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of major and planned gifts.  The major emphasis of the position is the solicitation of gifts of $50,000 or more from individuals, corporations, and foundations.   The Major Gift Officer reports to the Director of Development and is accountable for the accomplishment of visit, solicitation and fundraising goals for the College.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree and four years progressively responsible fund raising. experience particularly in cultivating, soliciting and stewarding major and planned gifts.
  • Demonstrated success closing major and planned gifts.
  • Ability to establish and maintain good working relationships with prospects and donors.
  • Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
  • Strong interpersonal skills; ability to persuade and influence others.   
  • Good working knowledge of Microsoft Office and development databases (particularly Raiser’s Edge).
  • Knowledge of Philadelphia-area fund raising community helpful.
  • Volunteer/committee management experience.
  • Ability to travel if necessary as well as work evenings and weekends.
  • Goal-oriented work ethic; possesses strong self-motivation. 
  • Experience working in higher education and/or the arts.
  • Some knowledge of planned giving vehicles.

 

Responsibilities

  • Identifies, cultivates and solicits individual, corporate and foundation prospects for the College, with a focus on gifts of $50,000 or higher.
  • Engages the President, Academic Dean, Department Chairs, administrators, and faculty, as necessary and appropriate, in the identification, cultivation, and solicitation of major and planned gift prospects.
  • Manages a portfolio of 175 to 200 major and planned gift prospects and makes 15-20 visits per month. Some of these visits will be done jointly with College leadership, volunteers, faculty, and other development staff as appropriate.
  • Plans, recommends, and carries out appropriate solicitation strategies; guides partners when needed within this context.
  • Plans, recommends and carries out strategies for donor cultivation activities and events.
  • Coordinates stewardship reports and activities for assigned prospects with appropriate members of the administration and faculty of the College.
  • Assists with College-related activities and events with a major and planned donor component.
  • Assists with College marketing initiatives as related to development.
  • Participates in the prospect tracking process.
  • Assists with stewardship reports and activities with appropriate members of the administration and faculty of the College.
     

To Apply:

Interested candidates send your resume and cover letter with salary requirements to: Moore College of Art and Design; 20th Street and The Parkway; Attn: Director of Human Resources; Philadelphia, PA  19103 fax: 215.568.1773, email: HR@Moore.edu.

The College adheres to the principle of equal educational and employment opportunity without discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, age, national or ethnic origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, handicap or disability, military or veteran status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected under applicable federal, state or local law in the administration of its educational policies, scholarship and loan programs, and other College-administered programs and employment practicesRetaliation is also prohibited.  To read our full compliance statement please visit: http://moore.edu/about-moore/non-discrimination-504-titleix

 

Dean of Students

Status: Exempt, Senior Manager

Reports to: President

Senior Manager: Senior Managers are responsible for implementing the strategic direction of their department in alignment with the College Strategic Plan and in consultation with the President and collaboration with external stakeholders.  As experts in their field, Senior Managers take a leadership role in the College, managing their team to fulfill the mission of their department.

Purpose: To serve as Chief Student Affairs Officer

Requirements: 

  • Ph.D. or equivalent in education and experience.
  • Minimum of 5 years experience working in college setting with responsibility for student life concerns.
  • Background and skills relevant to residence life, co-curricular programming, health and psychological counseling services, leadership development, judiciary and facility rentals.
  • Understanding of and/or experience with an art student population.
  • Ability to analyze data relating to student populations.
  • Ability to understand, create and implement policies relating to student life at a college.
  • Strong people skills, including an ability to work with all constituencies at the College and with family members and outside professionals when relevant.
  • Ability to work constructively as part of a team and to provide leadership to department staff.
  • Ability to function as a collegial member of the College’s Management Group, working with other offices as needed.
  • Understanding of the interrelationships among various functions/offices of a college.
  • Ability to work with a minimum of supervision.

Responsibilities:

Function as an effective manager. Foster open, on-going dialogue within Student Services and between Student Services and other areas of the College. Work to build consensus when possible. Make decisions when appropriate. Focus on problem-solving and maintaining a positive, collegial atmosphere. Serve as a member of the President’s Senior Management team.

 

Serve as chief student affairs officer. Advocate for students and their needs in contacts with faculty, staff, and other administrators. Serve on appropriate committees of the Board of Trustees/Managers as a spokesperson for students and their needs and the primary liaison to the Student Affairs Committee. Oversee all disciplinary matters involving students. Oversee all medical emergencies involving students, including voluntary and involuntary medical leaves of absence. Be responsible for all policies governing student conduct and for the integration of academic and non-academic policies governing students and for making sure these policies support the College’s mission. Advise the President and Senior Vice President on matters of student community well-being and safety. Guide the College Diversity Committee with the Associate Dean of Educational Support Services.

 

Ensure the effective operation of all student support areas. Oversee the residence halls, health services, psychological counseling, leadership development and co-curricular programming. Oversee staff and programs for Orientation, Training of Student Leaders, and Commencement. Select staff for student support services, train and evaluate them.

 

Oversee leadership programs. Oversee the student leadership programs and staff implementing them—including Student Government, Residence Life Staff, Student Orientation Staff, Student Judiciary, and the Visionary Woman Honors program. Advocate for appropriate involvement of students in college-wide governance. Oversee the awarding of women’s leadership fellowships Contribute to the development of leadership content, working with the Associate Dean for Educational Support Services on creating leadership development curricula and experiences for the Visionary Woman Honors program.

 

Chair the Academic Standards Committee. Review all cases of students who receive a semester gpa below 2.0, especially those who are subject to dismissal from the College, and hold appropriate hearings to determine students’ status. Work with department chairpersons to monitor students who are on departmental probation and to dismiss those who are subject to dismissal from their departments. Work with Admissions and Educational Support Services to support students admitted on probation. Work with the Financial Aid Office to implement policies on merit aid. Review cases of students who seek to return to the College after being dismissed or leaving in poor academic standing. Identify and invite participating faculty

 

Chair the Retention Committee. Analyze patterns of student attrition and retention and provides data to appropriate offices. Use relevant data to assess student satisfaction at the College and then make proposals for improvements to appropriate College bodies.

 

Collect data on student population. Provide student data (retention, graduation rates, percentage of students in college housing, etc.) Administer the CIRP questionnaire, the College Student Survey, National Survey on Student Engagement. Work with personnel in other areas of the College to analyze the data and to make appropriate recommendations based on that data, including data relevant to enrollment patterns and student satisfaction

 

Oversee Student Services budget. Work with personnel in Student Services and VP for Finance and Administration to develop budgets for Student Services. Oversee compliance with budgets.

 

Oversee personnel in charge of Facility Rentals.

 

To Apply:

Interested candidates send your resume and cover letter with salary requirements to: Moore College of Art and Design; 20th Street and The Parkway; Attn: Director of Human Resources; Philadelphia, PA  19103 fax: 215.568.1773, email: HR@Moore.edu.

The College adheres to the principle of equal educational and employment opportunity without discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, age, national or ethnic origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, handicap or disability, military or veteran status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected under applicable federal, state or local law in the administration of its educational policies, scholarship and loan programs, and other College-administered programs and employment practicesRetaliation is also prohibited.  To read our full compliance statement please visit: http://moore.edu/about-moore/non-discrimination-504-titleix

As an equal opportunity employer, Moore College of Art & Design is seeking candidates who will enhance the diversity of its faculty, staff, and administration.

Admissions Counselor 

Status: Exempt
Position: Admissions Counselor
Reports To: Dean of Admission

Purpose: The primary focus of this position is to recruit and enroll qualified students into the BFA programs. To counsel prospective students throughout the enrollment process from the point of inquiry to enrolled student.

Requirements:

  • B.F.A. or B.A. in art or related field is required.
  • Previous experience in sales/marketing.
  • Must possess strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Must have a computer, data-entry, and social media knowledge.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license.
  • Must have a valid passport.
  • Telephone experience and fluency in another language a plus.
     

Responsibilities:

Recruiting first year students.

a.Portfolio reviews, interviews, counseling, maintaining contact with students from the point of inquiry to enrolled using Hobsons CRM system.

b.Reviewing file to accept and award students as well as rejecting files when applicable.

c.Cultivate, and maintain close relationships with high school art teachers and guidance counselors in assigned territory.

d.Travel to national portfolio days, college fairs, and individually visit high schools (public & private) to recruit prospective students.

Conduct high school visits to schools in assigned territory during the fall and spring semesters. The purpose of the visits is to present the values and benefits of a women’s education to Moore College of Art & Design to 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students. (Some schools may require portfolio reviews on site)


College Fair planning and National Portfolio Days (NPD)- Work closely with the Dean of Admission and the admission counselors in coordinating the college fairs and NPD’s that the team will participate in the recruitment cycle.

Special Events / Travel: Weekday and weekend travel required to visit high schools in territory, attend NPD and college fairs. Must also be present for all yield events on campus such as Open House and Sneak Previews.


Work with Continuing Education staff to support BFA awareness / recruitment through Young Artist Workshop (YAW), Summer Art and Design Institute (SADI) and Teacher Summer Institute (TSI). Attend events such as portfolio preparation presentations, portfolio days, and YAW open houses as needed or requested by the Dean of Admission.

Other duties as assigned by Dean.

To apply:  send cover letter with salary requirements and resume to : Moore College of Art and Design; Attn: Director of Human Resources; 20th Street and The Parkway; Philadelphia, PA  19103 or email: hr@moore.edu; fax: 215-568-1773.

The College adheres to the principle of equal educational and employment opportunity without discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, age, national or ethnic origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, handicap or disability, military or veteran status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected under applicable federal, state or local law in the administration of its educational policies, scholarship and loan programs, and other College-administered programs and employment practicesRetaliation is also prohibited.  To read our full compliance statement please visithttp://moore.edu/about-moore/non-discrimination-504-titleix