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  • Equal Employment and Affirmative Action
    Who we are

    The Human Resources department of Equal Employment & Affirmative Action at UCR provides comprehensive services to the campus addressing questions and concerns regarding equal employment opportunity and affirmative action in employment.

    What we do

    The department strives to eliminate inappropriate barriers in accordance with Federal and State laws, as well as University policies. Services provided to the campus include policy development and updating of the campus' Affirmative Action Plan, as well as advising the campus on laws, rules, regulations, and issues affecting equal opportunity and affirmative action. In addition, the office monitors the recruitment and selection of faculty.

    What you need to know
    Who to contact

    For more information on Affirmative Action please visit:

    For questions, comments, or concerns please contact:

  • Employee and Labor Relations
    Who we are

    Human Resources offers several programs and services to the University community. Employee and labor relations is one of the many programs offered by the Human Resources department at the University of California, Riverside.

    What we do

    The Employee and Labor Relations Office provides assistance and advice to UCR managers and supervisors in the following areas:

    • Performance management/counseling.
    • Disciplinary actions, dismissals, release during probation, layoffs, and separation of employees for medical reasons.
    • Administration and interpretation of collective bargaining agreements and relevant personnel policies.
    • Represents management in employee disputes/grievance proceedings.
    • Mediates/negotiates resolution of complaints with employee representatives.
    • Administers workers' compensation program.
    • Administers unemployment insurance program.
    • Coordinates conflict-of-interest process for campus.
    • Responds to union information requests/public information requests.
    What you need to know
    Who to contact

    For more information on Labor Relations please visit:

    For questions, comments, or concerns, please contact:

    Alex Najera
    Director, Employee and Labor Relations
    Phone: (951) 827-4721
    Email: alex.najera@ucr.edu
  • Student Conduct
    Who we are

    Student Conduct and Academic Integrity Programs is responsible for enforcing the University of California Policies Applying to Campus Activities, Organizations and Students.

    We exist to educate students about the rights and responsibilities they have as part of the University and surrounding community.

    We engage in outreach toward this end and work to assist faculty and staff in encouraging students' accountability to these rights and responsibilities

    What we do

    The SCAIP mission is completed through the following:

    • Draft, interpret, publicize, disseminate, and enforce standards of behavior and related student conduct policies and procedures;
    • Promote academic integrity and responsible conduct;
    • Provide a means to report concerns regarding behavior of UCR students;
    • Assure due process rights are afforded to students who participate in the student conduct process;
    • Facilitate learning experiences and opportunities for ethical growth and development for students who participate in the discipline, grievance, and conflict resolution processes;
    • Foster respect for others and for the University's work of teaching, research, and service;
    • Provide a voice for students, faculty, and staff in the student conduct process via the conduct committees;
    • Serve as a resource for the campus community, including students, faculty, and staff.
    Who to contact

    For more information on Student Conduct & Academic Integrity Programs please visit:

    For questions, comments, or concerns, please contact:
     

    Student Conduct & Academic Integrity Programs
    University of California, Riverside
    900 University Avenue
    133 Costo Hall
    Riverside, CA 92521
    Phone:(951) 827-4208
    Email: conduct@ucr.edu
  • Title IX
    Who we are

    The Title IX/Sexual Harassment Office is responsible for monitoring and evaluating campus efforts to meet the provisions of Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972 and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

    The Title IX/Sexual Harassment Office is available to students, faculty, staff, and visitors for questions and information as well as for confidential discussion regarding personal or general Title IX/Sexual Harassment concerns.

    What we do

    The office has the primary responsibility for:

    • Educating members and visitors of the campus on sexual harassment, sex discrimination and sexual misconduct;
    • Counseling individuals involved in complaints;
    • Investigating and resolving complaints;
    • Reporting findings;
    • Making recommendations to the appropriate administrators;
    • Developing an annual report of statistics.
    What you need to know
    Who to contact

    For more information on Title IX please visit:

    For questions, comments, or concerns, please contact:

    Brooke Chang, Director
     
    Title IX Office
    University of California, Riverside
    349 Surge Building
    Riverside, California 92521
     
    Telephone: (951) 827-7070
    Fax: (951) 827-7071
    E-mail: TitleIX@ucr.edu
  • Academic Senate
    Who we are

    "The Academic Senate of the University of California is generally regarded as the most powerful such institution in the country. It is true that on some questions it may be consulted only as a matter of form or not at all, but on other matters, its expressed view may condition, if not control, the answer; and still on others, the Senate is the sole judge under delegated authority. The fact that so many of its activities fall into the latter two categories makes it apparently unique among faculty organizations."

    Lynn W. Ely
    AUP Bulletin 1964

    What we do

    The Senate's chief responsibilities are to:

    • Authorize, approve, and supervise all courses (except those of certain graduate professional schools).
    • Determine the conditions of admissions, certificates and degrees.
    • Recommend the hiring and promotion of faculty members.
    • Approve the publication of manuscripts by the University of California Press.
    • Advise on the administration of the UC libraries.
    • Assist in the searches for deans, chancellors, and presidents.
    • Advise the University President and the Chancellors on budget and administrative matters under the rules of "Shared Governance."
    What you need to know
    Who to contact

    For more information on the Academic Senate please visit:

    For questions, comments, or concerns, please contact

    • Regarding the Committee on Charges and Committee on Academic Personnel:

      Cherysa Cortez
      Academic Senate
      Phone: (951) 827-6154
      Email: cherysa.cortez@ucr.edu

  • Campus Counsel
    Who we are

    The Office of Campus Counsel (OCC) provides counsel and legal advice in the development of policy, procedures, and strategy related to the management and operation of the UC Riverside campus, its various colleges and graduate schools.

    OCC provides coordination and liaison between the campus, the Office of the General Counsel, and outside counsel concerning the needs and requirements of the campus.

    This office also assists in dispute resolution, advises on risk management issues, and provides legal guidance on topics of concern to the campus.

    Who to contact

    For more information on Campus Counsel please visit:

    Campus Counsel Website

    For questions, comments, or concerns, please contact:
     

    David Bergquist
    3144 Hinderaker Hall
    UC Riverside
    Riverside, CA 92521
    (951) 827-5983

     

     
  • Ombudsperson's Office
    Who we are

    The UCR Office of the Ombudsperson is an independent and confidential resource for conflict resolution. The Ombudsperson serves the entire campus community - students, staff, faculty, applicants, parents, administrators - by helping to resolve complaints, by providing information and referrals, and by making recommendations for constructive change.

    What we do

    The Ombudsperson's role is to ensure that all members of the university community receive fair treatment within the university system.

    The Ombudsperson will assist with the informal resolution of any university-related complaint or conflict, considering all sides of a question in an impartial and objective way.

    What you need to know
    Who to contact

    For more information on the Ombudsperson please visit:

    For questions, comments, or concerns, please contact:
     

    Andrew Larratt-Smith
    University Ombudsman
    390 Surge Building
    UC Riverside
    Riverside, CA 92521
    Tel: (951) 827-3213
    Fax: (951) 827-4343
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