Diversity is fundamental to our mission. The University of Michigan-Flint is committed to creating and maintaining a working and learning environment that embraces individual differences. We celebrate, recognize and value diversity. University Human Resources is committed to ensuring that all staff, faculty and students have equal access and opportunities, and receive the support needed to be successful.
Equal Employment Opportunity
We are committed to the principles of equal opportunity in all employment, educational and research programs, activities and events.
Affirmative Action & Diversity Planning
We also are committed to the use of affirmative action’s to cultivate and maintain an environment that fosters equal opportunity. Printed copies of our affirmative action plan are available for review in the office of University Human Resources and Institutional Equity, 303 E. Kearsley, 213 UPAV, Flint, Michigan.
We can help you manage conflict with various communication and problem-solving techniques including:
- Interpreting, communicating and applying the University’s policies and procedures
- Resolving workplace challenges, and developing appropriate goals and objectives
- Developing strategies to create high-performing teams
- Identifying training initiatives and
- Addressing many other workplace needs including allegations of workplace harassment, or unfair treatment
Americans with Disabilities Act-ADA Compliance & Accommodations
University of Michigan-Flint is committed to equal employment in all aspects of employment for individuals with a disability. In Accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and State laws, and consistent with the University’s Policy on Harassment and Discrimination, it is the policy of the University to provide reasonable accommodations in employment to individuals with disabilities unless the reasonable accommodation would impose an undue hardship of the operation of the University’s business or would change an essential function of the position. Our human resources team is committed to engaging in the interactive process during the accommodation request process. Please contact the University Human Resources for information and assistance (810) 762-3150.
What is Reseasonable Accommodation?
For University Employees
A reasonable accommodation is a modification or adjustment to a job, employment practice, or the work environment that makes it possible for a qualified individual with a disability to enjoy an equal employment opportunity. The University will provide a reasonable accommodation to the known disability of a qualified applicant or employee with a disability unless the accommodation would impose an undue hardship.
For University Students
A reasonable accommodation is a reasonable modification in policies, practices or procedures, when the modifications are necessary to avoid discrimination on the basis of disability, unless the modifications would fundamentally alter the nature of a University service, program or activity. Examples of reasonable accommodations may include, but are not limited to:
- note taking services
- text conversion to alternative accessible formats
- audio and video tapes
- qualified interpreter services
- adjusting time limits on tests
- making facilities and/or programs readily accessible to and useable by individuals with disabilities
Please contact:Counseling, Accessibility, and Psychological Services264 UCENPhone: 810-762-3456Fax: 810-762-3498TTY: 810-766-6727
University of Michigan-Flint is committed to the goal of equal opportunity in employment. To further this goal, the University has established a non-discrimination policy, which prohibits discrimination against protected veterans. Additionally, the University is in compliance with the Vietnam Era Veterans’ Readjustment Act of 1974 (VEVRAA), as amended as well as other applicable federal and state regulations. Please see the definitions section for an explanation as to who qualifies as a protected veteran.
The University’s protection of protected veterans extends to applicants for employment as well as current employees. Both applicants and employees are welcome to self-identify as protected veterans under the University’s Affirmative Action Program. Self-identification is completely voluntary and information provided will be kept confidential.
Standard Practice Guides related to Institutional Equity
- 201.08 - Grievance Procedure and Dispute Resolution
- 201.35 - Personnel Nondiscrimination Policy for Faculty and Staff
- 201.82 - Equal Employment Opportunity / Affirmative Action Policy
- 201.84 - Equal Employment Opportunity / Affirmative Action Policy for Individuals with Disabilities
- 201.87 - Equal Employment Opportunity / Affirmative Action Policy for Disabled Veterans and Veterans of the Vietnam Era
- 201.89 - Sexual Harassment
- 201.89-1 - The Interim Policy on Discriminatory Harassment
- 601.01 - Freedom of Speech and Artistic Expression
- 601.18 - Violence in the University Community
- 601.22 - Faculty-Student Relationships
- 601.22-1 - Employee-Student Relationships
- 601.6 - Preventing Discrimination Based on Sexual Orientation
Flint Campus inquiries or complaints may be addressed to:Institutional Equity & Diversity ConsultantUniversity Human Resources213 UPAVPhone: 810-762-3150
Other inquires or complaints may be addressed to:
Senior Director for Institutional Equity
Title IX/Section 504 Coordinator
Office for Institutional Equity
2072 Administrative Services Building
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-1432
Phone: 734-763-0235, TTY 734-647-1388
Please contact:University Human Resources
213 UPAV303 E. Kearsley StFlint, MI 48502-1950Office: 810-762-3150