Equal Opportunity & Title IX
The UND Equal Opportunity & Title IX Office is committed to providing a safe, inclusive and welcoming environment for all students, employees and visitors.
We strive to ensure equal opportunity and access to University of North Dakota academics, employment, programs and services.
Xenophobia and the COVID-19 Pandemic
Fighting COVID-19 also means fighting hate, fear, and exclusion. Across the globe, people from Asian countries and elsewhere have experienced verbal and physical attacks related to fear of spreading the disease. We must all do our part to create communities of inclusion, especially during this crisis. Stacey Borboa-Peterson and Jeff Gibson, UND Student Diversity & Inclusion, discussed xenophobia and racism recently.
How Can We Help You?
We can provide support if you have experienced sexual harassment, sexual violence, relationship violence, stalking or other sexual misconduct. We will help you understand your options for reporting, resolution, and support resources.
We can provide support if you are experiencing discrimination or harassment. We will help you understand your options for reporting, resolution and support options.
We can help employees and applicants for employment identify and implement reasonable accommodations for their workplace or the application process.
We work with Human Resources and hiring supervisors to support faculty and staff recruitment and hiring processes that seek well-qualified and diverse employees.
Strength lies in differences, not in similarities.Stephen R. Covey