Nondiscrimination and accessibility
University of Missouri Extension is committed to a policy of affirmative action, equal opportunity, nondiscrimination and diversity. Extension is committed to providing a learning and working environment for employees and other members of the community that values the diverse backgrounds of all people. For more information see http://titleix.missouri.edu/
Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunity (AA and EEO)
For the full nondiscrimination and ADA statements, as well as an outline for accessibility, accommodations and compliance standards, see the MU ADA Resources.
The EEO pages provide the following information:
- Nondiscrimination and ADA statements that should be included with all extension publications and program information
- Official HR policies and federal laws concerning discrimination
- Complaint procedures for any staff, faculty, former employees, applicants, or program attendees
- Civil rights compliance forms and guidelines for reviews
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
The importance of ADA compliance and extension’s plan for accommodations is detailed in ADA in extension.
No one shall be discriminated against on the basis of disability, and extension offers equity through reasonable accommodations. These ADA pages offer extensive resources for providing ADA and Title II accommodations for courses and programs. For more information please see: http://ada.missouri.edu/ or http://ada.missouri.edu/about.php
University of Missouri Extension values diversity. Extension is committed to recognizing and appreciating the unique beliefs, values, skills and characteristics of all employees and members of the extension community. Diversity strengthens the institution and its programs to promote the exchange of new ideas and ensure a respectful environment.
Extension strives to encourage and ensure diversity for the workplace environment and all extension courses, programs and events. The Diversity pages offer many resources, informative updates and available programs that help further extension’s devotion to diversity.