At California State University, East Bay, we are committed to excellence in education for a diverse society. To that end, several offices at CSU East Bay are devoted to assisting the campus community in achieving a workforce reflective of the diversity of the State of California and our student body and a work and learning environment free of illegal discrimination, harassment and retaliation. The director of equal employment opportunities programs is the campus administrator responsible for administering CSU nondiscrimination, anti-harassment and non-retaliation policies and is the campus administrator designated by the president to determine the nature of any discrimination/harassment/retaliation claims and to explore a resolution of the claim. The office of student judicial affairs is also designated to receive discrimination/harassment/retaliation claims and to refer them to the appropriate California State University, East Bay office(s).
The director of equal employment opportunities programs in the human resources department (1) insures development and implementation of campus policies and procedures associated with equal opportunity and affirmative action in employment; (2) monitors recruitment for staff and administrative positions for compliance with EEO and affirmative action laws; (3) investigates and recommends resolution of complaints of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, or other equal opportunity violations; (4) facilitates reasonable accommodations for faculty, staff and administrators; and (5) assures compliance with disability access laws.