Filing a Discrimination Complaint
CSU East Bay's Office of Equity and Diversity describes our practice of nondiscrimination as follows:
"The basic reasons for which a university exists are the discovery and transmission of knowledge, and activities that are founded upon the free and open exchange of ideas. Such activities flourish only in a climate unfettered by exploitation, coercion, harassment, intimidation, and/or reprisal. Members of the CSUEB community have the right to live, work, and learn in an environment free of unlawful discrimination. It is the policy of CSUEB that no student, employee, volunteer, member of the public, or recipient of services and/or benefits provided by CSUEB shall be subjected to any form of prohibited discrimination in any CSUEB program or activities."
If you believe you have experienced discrimination, harassment, or retaliation (based on disability status or another factor), we encourage you to consult with the Office of Risk Management and Internal Control immediately. Please contact Nyassa Love at firstname.lastname@example.org or 510-885-2743.
A discrimination complaint form and the CSU policy on nondiscrimination can be found in Executive Order 1074.