Gender and Diversity
The Office of Human Rights, Access and Inclusion provides professional and authoritative advice with respect to university matters that concern access and inclusion in all aspects of the university, including developing campuswide faculty, staff and student diversity recruitment practices and climate-focused initiatives to enhance retention. The office is also responsible for addressing and redressing issues related to discrimination and harassment.
- Title IX (by request)
- Affirmative Action Coordinator (by request)
- Search Committee Training (by request)
- Sexual Harassment and Prevention (by request)
The LGBTQA Office provides a safe and welcoming space for members of the university community to explore aspects of sexual orientation and gender identity/expression in an open and non-judgmental atmosphere.
The Women's Center promotes and advocates for gender equity on campus and in the community through programs and services that educate and support all individuals in building an inclusive and compassionate society.
Located on the ground floor of the Memorial Gym Room 109, the Women's Center offers a safe environment for all. The center includes a kitchenette, lactation and baby-changing area, lounge area, library and more in a child-friendly setting.