Equal Education and Employment Opportunity Processes

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Minnesota State Colleges and Universities is committed to providing an equitable and safe environment for all its students and employees. To uphold its committment, the system office and/or individual campuses have the following processes in place pursuant to Board Policy 1B - Equal Education and Employment Opportunity:

Request Accommodations

Board Policy 1B.4 allows individuals with disabilities to request accommodations to participate in or benefit from the system's programs, services and activities.

To request accommodations, students should contact the Disability Services Coordinator on their campus. Employees should contact their Human Resources Office to request accommodations. Refer to Board Procedure 1B.0.1 for additional information. 

Report Discrimination or Harassment

Board Policy 1B.1 prohibits verbal or physical conduct that constitutes discrimination/harassment under state and federal law, including race, sex, color, creed, religion, age, national origin, disability, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, or familial status. Refer to Board Procedure 1B1.1 for more information.

To report discrimination or harassment (anonymously or not), contact the designated officer on campus. Always call 911 in an emergency.

Report Sexual Violence

Board Policy 1B.3 addresses sexual violence as an intolerable intrusion into the most personal and private rights of an individual, and is prohibited. Minnesota State Colleges and Universities is committed to eliminating sexual violence in all forms and will take appropriate remedial action against any individual found responsible for acts in violation of this policy. Acts of sexual violence may also constitute violations of criminal or civil law, or other Board Policies that may require separate proceedings. Refer to Board Procedure 1B.3.1 for more information.

To report sexual violence (anonymously or not) - whether you've been assaulted, witnessed someone being assaulted, or someone told you they were assaulted - please complete and submit a Sexual Violence Complaint Form electronically by either: 

Always call 911 in an emergency.

Receive Training on Issues Relating to Sexual Violence

We would like to acknowledge and thank the University of Montana for allowing us to use some of the materials they had created for their Personal Empowerment Through Self-Awareness/Sexual Violence Training Program.

Other Resources


MN Coalition Against Sexual Assault
MnCASA is a voice for sexual assault victims, sexual assault help programs, and allies committed to ending sexual violence. 

Minnesota Day One Crisis Hotline (1-866-223-1111)
Day One is a statewide network of domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking, youth- and community- advocacy programs. Day One hosts the statewide crisis hotline that connects callers to the nearest service or agency in their geographic area.

Minnesota SANE Programs
This is a list of Minnesota hospitals that provide forensic nurses trained in sexual assault.

OutFront Minnesota
OutFront provides programs and services to Minnesota's LBGTQ and allied communities in the areas of community organizing, public policy, anti-violence, law, education and training.


Canvas Health
Canvas Health, Twin Cities, provide services to children, adolescents, adults and families who struggle with mental health, chemical health and domestic and sexual abuse.

Central Minnesota Sexual Assault Center
CMSAC is a 24-hour crisis intervention agency providing direct services to those people affected by any form of sexual violence.

Safe Avenues (24/7 Crisis Line: 800-792-4210 or 320-262-3829)
Safe Avenues serves victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse; child witnesses of domestic violence; and families in need of supervised visitation or parental exchange. Safe Avenues also have a 24 hour crisis intervention hotline and has trained Sexual Assault Advocates to respond 24/7 to assist in crisis. Safe Avenues has victim advocacy in Kandiyohi, SwIft, Renville and McLeod Counties. All of their service are free of charge.

Sexual Violence Center
Sexual Violence Center provides advocacy service, counseling, support in hospitals, and legal advocacy.


Department Of Justice: Office on Violence Against Women
This office's mission is to provide federal leadership in developing the national capacity to reduce violence against women and administer justice for and strengthen services to victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault and stalking.

National Center for Victims of Crime
The National Center for Victims of Crime has a number of resources available to assist crimes of violence. They are the leading resource and advocacy organization for crime victims, as well as for those who serve crime victims.

National Coalition Against Domestic Violence
NCADV is an online and mobile accessible database of US Domestic Violence providers.

National Domestic Violence Hotline (1-800-799-7323)
The National Domestic Violence Hotline is a 24/7 confidential help and resources for victims of domestic violence.

NotAlone is a federal government resources for students, faculty and staff at our colleges and universities.

Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network (1-800-656-HOPE)
RAINN created and operates the National Sexual Assault Hotline, accessible 24/7 (800-656-HOPE). It works closely with more than 1,000 local sexual assault providers to offer confidential support services to survivors, regardless of where they are in their recovery. Resources for victims and a directory of services is available in the US.

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