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The Office of Institutional Equity exists to help the Ohio State community prevent and respond to all forms of protected class of harassment, discrimination and sexual misconduct. This centralized office houses the university’s Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), Protection of Minors, and Title IX functions. University policies and changes to the Student Code of Conduct were updated effective Aug. 1, 2019, to reflect the Office of Institutional Equity. The Office of Institutional Equity's duties and activities align with Ohio State's Shared Values Initiative, which reflects essential components of Ohio State’s culture and excellence.
The Ohio State University is committed to building and maintaining a diverse community to reflect human diversity and improve opportunities for all. The university is committed to equal opportunity, affirmative action, and eliminating harassment and discrimination. Ohio State will not tolerate retaliation in any form. The university is also committed to providing the best experience possible for minors while entrusted to our care. These commitments are both a moral imperative consistent with an intellectual community that celebrates individual differences and diversity, as well as a matter of law.
Ohio State does not discriminate on the basis of age, ancestry, color, disability, gender identity or expression, genetic information, HIV/AIDS status, military status, national origin, race, religion, sex, gender, sexual orientation, pregnancy, protected veteran status, or any other bases under the law, in its activities, academic programs, admission, and employment.
Recognizing and implementing Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) requirements supports the recruitment of a talented and diverse candidate pool for hiring the most qualified individual for the role.
As the heatwave rolls across Buckeye country, please take a moment to consider how you can keep your program participants and staff cool and safe. Children, especially those who are active in hot conditions, are at higher risk of heat-related illness.
Ohio State has updated the Safe and Healthy Buckeyes website to provide guidance for youth programs operating in summer 2022.