Respectful Campus Office

Respectful Campus Policy

Cape Breton University is committed to ensuring that the campus is safe and that all students, staff and faculty enjoy a respectful experience. As a proud, and growing, multicultural community, CBU aims to promote better awareness and understanding of:

  • Diverse cultures and races
  • Creeds and ethnicities
  • Genders and gender identities
  • Age groups
  • Socio-economic backgrounds
  • Learning styles
  • Sexual orientations, etc.

By honoring and encouraging diversity of all kinds, CBU is able to understand and respond appropriately to the needs of our diverse student body, while strengthening inclusion throughout our community. By taking these steps we are able to focus on our commitment to being a learner-centered university, grounded firmly in respect and understanding.

For more information please see the official Policies and Procedures below:


For more information, to seek support or file a complaint please contact:

Scott Thomas
Human Rights Officer
President’s Office

We need to help students and parents cherish and preserve the ethnic and cultural diversity that nourishes and strengthens this community – and this nation.

— Cesar Chavez

Scott Thomas
Human Rights & Diversity Officer

Office: B-134-C

Phone: 902-574-2350