All Salisbury University Faculty and Staff are required to complete the online Preventing Sexual Harassment class, or a face-to face workshop to be offered on a departmental request.
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Salisbury University has a strong institutional commitment to diversity and is an Affirmative Action employer, providing equal employment and educational opportunities to all those qualified, without regard to age, class, citizenship, color, disability, ethnicity, gender, genetic information, immigration status, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, and veteran status. The University adheres to federal and state AA/EEO laws and University System of Maryland Board of Regents Policies Section VI General Administration:
Salisbury University values diversity among our students, faculty, and staff and believes that interactions with those holding varying perspectives, backgrounds, and beliefs contribute to a well-rounded educational experience and promotes personal and professional development. Understanding and acceptance of others is of ever-increasing importance in today’s world.
The Office of Institutional Equity works in partnership with the Office of Human Resources to educate and support employees in the search and selection process; and compiles applicant and employee data on an annual basis to assist the University in diversifying and retaining a high quality workforce.
The Office of Institutional Equity directly assists with Fair Practice issues supporting Salisbury University’s Sexual Harassment Policy & Procedures (PDF) and Salisbury University Policy Prohibiting Non-Sex Based Discrimination (PDF), and also hears complaints in regards to sexual harassment and discrimination on campus and works in partnership with appropriate parties to resolve these issues.
For Affirmative Action issues related to hiring and employment practices, please contact:
Office of Institutional Equity
Human Resources Office
For concerns, complaints, and formal grievances related to sexual harassment and discrimination, please contact:
Office of Institutional Equity
Mr. Humberto Aristizabal
Equal Employment Opportunity “promotes equality of opportunity in the workplace” and the enforcement of federal and state laws prohibiting employment discrimination.
As a student-centered educational institution we are dedicated to recruiting, educating and graduating all members of our diverse student body, and adhere to all federal and state laws.
The Office of Institutional Equity works collaboratively across the University to educate about, and support compliance with, all federal, state, and University System of Marylandlaws, policies and procedures that prohibit discrimination and harassment.
Affirmative Action refers to a good faith effort to analyze our workforce and take positive action aimed at increasing the inclusion of historically excluded groups in employment, education and business. Affirmative Action is not a quota system. It is not designed to offer preferential treatment to, or exclude from participation, any group. To the contrary, Affirmative Action policies are intended to promote access for the traditionally underrepresented through heightened outreach and efforts at inclusion.
The Office of Institutional Equity serves as the Affirmative Action office, working in partnership with the Office of Human Resources to educate and support employees in the search and selection process, and compile applicant and employee data on an annual basis to assist the University in diversifying and retaining a high quality workforce.