OFFICE OF EQUAL OPPORTUNITY & DIVERSITY MANAGEMENT
The Office of Equal Opportunity & Diversity Management (OEO) supports CUNY’s policies against discrimination and sexual misconduct and seeks to ensure equal opportunity for our Kingsborough Community College community, including students, faculty and staff. OEO is deeply committed to CUNY’s policy statements that “diversity, inclusion, and an environment free from discrimination are central to the mission of the University” and that “every member of CUNY’s community, including students, employees and visitors, deserves the opportunity to live, learn and work free from sexual harassment, gender-based harassment and sexual violence.” In accordance with Kingsborough Community College’s values, OEO seeks to proactively foster greater inclusion and, ultimately, equity at every level of college life.
OEO is a resource to our campus community regarding CUNY’s Policies on Equal Opportunity/Nondiscrimination and Sexual Misconduct. Persons who wish to file a discrimination or sexual misconduct complaint with OEO are encouraged to do so. Please be reminded that managers, supervisors and persons designated as “responsible employees” are required to immediately report discrimination or sexual misconduct complaints to OEO. Also, OEO is available to provide on-site training to your department, office or unit.
You may contact OEO by calling (718) 368-6896 or by email: AskOEO@kbcc.cuny.edu. CUNY Policy and the law protect you from retaliation for contacting OEO or for filing a complaint.
Chief Diversity Officer/Title IX Coordinator. Office of Equal Opportunity & Diversity Management (OEO)
(718)-368-6896 / V231
Director of Community Standards & Student Engagement
Office of the VP of Student Affairs
(718)-368-5563 / A216
Office of Equal Opportunity & Diversity Management (OEO)
(718)-368-6896 / V231
Call (718)-368-4800 or 7777
for crimes from any on-campus phones
2nd floor of the library,
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