Welcome to
The Office of Campus Diversity & Compliance

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Our Mission

The Office of Campus Diversity and Compliance primary function is to 

Promote, support, measure, and celebrate diversity. This mission also includes support for the Diversity Action Council and other programming events and activities that promote diversity on campus.

Manage and coordinate University policies, procedures, and programs regarding equal opportunity and affirmative action.

The Office of Campus Diversity and Compliance handles complaints on discrimination and harassment based on race, color,gender, sexual-orientation, religion, national origin, citizenship, age, marital status, disability or status as a Vietnam-era or disabled veteran. The Office of Campus Diversity and Compliance also provides sexual harassment and Equal Employment Opportunity training, supervisor and employee support, conflict resolution, and discussion groups for departments around cultural inclusion and awareness.

If you would like any additional information regarding the Office of Campus Diversity & Compliance or would like assistance please feel free to contact us. Our office includes assistance and support for Diversity, Title VII ( Discrimination), Title IX (Sexual Harassment), ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act), and NCBI (National Coalition Building Institute).

Office of Campus Diversity & Compliance
University of Alaska Anchorage
University Lake Building 108
3890 University Lake Drive, Suite 108
Anchorage, Alaska 99508

Phone: (907)786-4680     Fax: (907)786-4743    Email: uaa_ocdc@uaa.alaska.edu 

 

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Have Questions Regarding Title IX?

 Please access our FAQ's regarding the University of Alaska and Title IX! 
For additional information please contact our office or find information by accessing our Title IX page on the left hand navigation bar!

UAA Faculty & Staff Title IX Training

 Beginning Monday, June 16, 2014, we are asking that all faculty & staff member attend a Title IX training. Title IX is more than a sports law, and it aims to bring gender equity to all educational programs, especially through the elimination of sexual harassment and sexual assault on campus. 

Title IX Training

We are in the process of planning our training calendar for upcoming Title IX training. You do have the option of attending an upcoming in person training as the dates become available, or faculty and staff do have the option to complete the training through UAOnline SkillSoft. You may find the online training by following these steps:

1. Login to UAOnline http://uaonline.alaska.edu
2. Clock on "Employee Services" or the "Employee" tab and press "Enter"
3. Click on "Employee E-Learning"
4. Click on "SkillSoft" ( You will see a warning that you are leaving the University web system) Click "Submit"
5. The University of Alaska SkillPort site will be displayed
6.In the Search - and - Learn panel, type a keyword or phrase in the "Search for" field. Type "Title IX Higher Education"
7. Click "Search" and "Launch"
8. After completing, click the "Exit" button at the end. DO NOT use the X "close window" button or Scores and bookmarks may be lost if you do not use the SkillPort Player's Exit button 

If you have any question regarding Title IX training, or would like additional Quickstart information regarding SkillSoft online training please feel free to contact uaa_ocdc@uaa.alaska.edu
 

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 UAA Faculty & Staff Social Inclusion & Equity Workshop

The next scheduled workshop will be held for UAA Faculty & Staff

Friday, October 17, 2014

Gorsuch Commons, Room 106
8:55 am - 4:15 pm

To be a participant of our upcoming workshop please click here!