There are a number of resources on campus for assistance in bringing forward personal concerns related to differential treatment related to ethnicity, race, language, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, educational background, family status, faith, religion, socio-economic standing, ability (physical, mental, cognitive), or group affiliation.
University of Alberta
The University of Alberta offers several services to assist students with diversity concerns.
• Office of Safe Disclosure and Human Rights
• Employment Equity Advisor: firstname.lastname@example.org
• Student Ombudservice
• Discrimination and Harassment Complaint Guidelines for Students
Students are reminded that there are established processes for addressing concerns of all students, normally through the Office of the Vice-Dean:
Faith Davis, vice-dean
If you have any diversity concerns or general inquiries, please contact the Diversity and Inclusion Action Group at email@example.com. You may also directly e-mail in confidence one of the student, staff, or faculty representatives listed below.
Safe spaces resource person
A Safe Spaces Resource Person provides a supportive place for lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgendered students, or those questioning their sexual identity. Within the School of Public Health, you may contact: