UC San Diego is committed to creating and maintaining a harassment-free environment that promotes and encourages equal employment opportunity, affirmative action, and accessibility to individuals with disabilities. Below, each reaffirmation links to the applicable policy or guideline.
- Reaffirmation of UC San Diego's Policy on Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment
UC San Diego does not tolerate sexual harassment, and such behavior is prohibited both by law and by UC San Diego policy. Hard copies of the policy and information regarding UC San Diego’s policy and resolution procedures are available at:
Office for the Prevention of Harassment and Discrimination (OPHD)
201 University Center (map)
Supervisors are urged to review their responsibilities under the policy and, in particular, the requirement that complaint resolutions handled at the department level be reported to OPHD. In addition, all departments are urged to use the resources offered by OPHD and provide education to their employees on a regular basis. For more information, see Reaffirmation of UC San Diego’s Policy on Sexual Harassment.
- Reaffirmation of UC San Diego’s Commitment to Be Accessible to Individuals with Disabilities
UC San Diego is committed to making each of its programs, services, and activities accessible to and usable by persons with disabilities. We all share the responsibility of safeguarding the civil rights of individuals with disabilities who seek to participate in the full range of UC San Diego’s programs, activities, and services. UC San Diego managers and administrators should carefully review PPM 200-9, UC San Diego’s Disability Access Guidelines, and inform faculty and staff colleagues of their responsibilities. The guidelines include:
- Reasonable accommodations
- Accommodating people with specific disabilities
- Updated list of resource specialists for problem resolution and grievances
- Reaffirmation of UC San Diego’s Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Policy
UC San Diego prohibits discrimination against or harassment of any person employed by or seeking employment with the University of California, consistent with the provisions of applicable state and federal regulations. In compliance with federal regulations, UC San Diego prepares and maintains written affirmative action plans. Managers and supervisors have responsibilities to ensure equal opportunity and affirmative action programs are implemented. For more detailed information on staff and academic policies and resources, see Reaffirmation of University of California, San Diego's Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Policy.
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