Medical School Diversity Statement
Campus Climate Resources
Submitting a report using UReport;
Calling the BRRN at 612-314-3850;
Reaching out to a member of the BRRN; or
The Office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action was founded in 1972 to ensure that all University community members uphold federal and state civil rights laws and regulations, as well as University equal opportunity practices. The EOAA investigates complaints about discrimination; harassment, including sexual harassment; sexual misconduct, including sexual assault, stalking, and relationship violence; nepotism; and retaliation. The EOAA provides educational programming and is responsible for recommending changes and making revisions to relevant University policies and procedures.
To report discrimination, harassment, retaliation, nepotism, sexual assault, or Title IX violations, click here for reporting resources.
The Office for Equity and Diversity (OED) reflects the University's view of equity and diversity as critical elements and core values in achieving excellence at a leading research institution. The OED supports the many communities and individuals at the University of Minnesota who may encounter barriers. Access the OED's full equity and diversity vision framework here.
The Disability Resource Center (DRC) works to ensure that all University faculty, staff, and students have access and equal opportunities to enjoy campus life. UReturn, a division of the DRC, serves all University employees with any disability or medical condition requiring accommodations or workstation adjustments.
The Office for Conflict Resolution (OCR) provides both formal and informal conflict resolutions services to non-bargaining University faculty, staff, and students who are experiencing employment-related conflicts. The OCR serves all system campuses and is a neutral, independent office.
Affinity Groups Resources
The Institute for Diversity, Equity, and Advocacy (IDEA) works to transform the University of Minnesota by enhancing the visibility and productivity of an interdisciplinary group of faculty and community scholars. Resources include: faculty research grants; sponsorship of symposia and lectures; faculty workshops; mentorship; and professional development opportunities for junior American-Indian faculty and faculty of color.
The Faculty of Color Initiative (FOCI)is a community-building project supported by the Institute for Diversity, Equity, and Advocacy (IDEA). It is an inter-collegiate effort to recruit and retain faculty of color at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities campus by providing opportunities to socialize, network, and develop mentoring and collaborative relationships with colleagues across campus.