Center for Access and Restorative Engagement

Access and Equal Opportunity

Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) and Affirmative Action (AA) are legally required due to the university’s status as a federal contractor. The CARE serves as a resource in supporting the institutional responsibility for implementing EEO and AA across campus.

Please note, we kindly request that you provide us with at least 14 business days’ advanced notice for any data request requiring our review. This allows us to ensure compliance, assess privacy implications, and collaborate effectively. We understand that certain urgent situations may necessitate expedited processing. In such cases, we ask for your cooperation in clearly communicating the urgency and rationale behind the request. While this can assist us in prioritizing and expediting our review process accordingly, our review does not guarantee the provision of the requested data. CARE values the collaborative relationship with our campus partners and is committed to working together to facilitate effective data sharing while upholding the highest standards of data privacy and protection. 

Permissible data requests include grant applications, third-party Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) compliance requirements, and other EEO obligations.

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