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About the MU Equity Office

The MU Equity Office works with MU faculty, staff, and students who believe they may have been subjected to unfair or inequitable treatment for any reason.

Our office seeks to address bias, including but not limited to discrimination on the basis of considerations prohibited by law or official university policy. We assist individuals who believe they may have been harassed or treated differently from others in the same situation. More about MU Equity Office staff and services.

Get Help: Informal Investigations

The Equity Office fills the gap between grievance and mediation by addressing problems within the administrative structure but without the constraints of a formal process. More about investigations.

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Report a Bias Incident

If you have witnessed or experienced an act committed against any person, group, or property which you believe discriminates, stereotypes, harasses, or excludes anyone based on some part of their identity, please use this online form to report the incident.

Show Me Respect

Show Me Respect: Promoting Civility at the University of Missouri

The Show Me Respect project seeks to create a culture of civility at the University of Missouri. Find out what you can do in your area to make the University a better place for everyone to work and learn.

You Be the Judge!

Community College is seeking a psychology instructor with teaching experience and a minimum of a master's degree; community college teaching experience preferred. Ron, a 65-year old White male, has a Ph.D. and 21 years of university teaching experience (with a semester at Community) and twenty years of clinical experience; he has published 42 articles and three book reviews. Bertha is a 35-year old Black female with a master's degree and four years of teaching at Community College. The search committee gave both candidates "Recommended" ratings, although Ron scored higher. Bertha was hired. If you were the judge in a race, sex, and age discrimination case, would you find that Community College discriminated?


MU Has a new Title IX Office

The MU Title IX Office exists to help students, faculty, staff and visitors get the support they need if they experience sex-based discrimination including: sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, stalking on the basis of sex, intimate partner/relationship violence, sexual exploitation. Find out more: title9.missouri.edu external link

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Last Updated: October 16, 2014