Diversity recruitment efforts are directed to job postings with HigherEd Jobs, ABA site, Chronicles of Higher Education, Richmond Times Dispatch, and Washington Post
All full-time employees have the option of participating in group health, dental, vision, life, disability, and retirement benefits offered by ASL regardless of gender, gender identity or sexual orientation. The insurance companies dictate coverage for specific procedures.
All full-time employees have the option of participating in insurance coverage offered by ASL. Coverage for specific procedures is dictated by the insurance company.
ASL does not offer insurance coverage to students.
ASL does not offer healthcare benefits to students.
Our on-campus provider has been trained in culturally-competent counseling services for students of the LGBTQ+ community. The provider has completed a PhD program that was CACREP accredited and included a multicultural course. The provider also teaches in a master’s level CACREP accredited program that includes a multicultural course, and the provider has taught this course multiple times. Additionally, our provider has attended tranings and CLEs in the past that have pertained to working with the LGBTQ+ community.
All students have access to on-campus counseling and therapy services.
Funding is available through the Student Bar Association, as is the process for all students groups.
Funding is not normally provided for students to attend career services opportunities.
We have a Code of Conduct and Grievance policy to address such incidents.
We strive to provide a safe, inclusive, and welcoming environment for all members of the ASL community.