NMSU ARP 3.25 has been revised as of August 14, 2020. Please see https://arp.nmsu.edu/3-25/
OIE has implemented, in accordance with ARP 3.25, Standard Operating Procedures, Process for Resolving Complaints of Discriminations.
OIE is open and operating on a staggering employee schedule. If you would like to schedule an appointment, please contact us at 575-646-3635 or email@example.com to schedule a meeting by phone/zoom. Reports/Complaints may be filed on this website. See Quick Links Reporting.
For Employee, if you are in need of an accommodation or have concerns regarding returning to work, please contact OIE. For the latest information on NMSU’s response to Covid-19, please see https://ready.nmsu.edu/
New Mexico State University is committed to creating and
maintaining a respectful, inclusive, and responsible
learning and working environment.
Office of Institutional Equity seeks Title IX advisers:
The Office of Institutional Equity is looking for advisers to work with complainants and respondents in Title IX matters. OIE will provide training. Always wanted to be a lawyer? Here is your chance to channel your inner Perry Mason, and assist students and employees with Title IX matters. You will need to be available for training and to participate prior to, during, and for a short time after a Title IX hearing. We will work with your schedule. The first adviser training will be held during the first week of September. Please consider serving as an adviser and contact OIE at 575-646-3635 for more information.
About Sexual Violence
Sexual Violence is a broad term that refers to behaviors that include, but are not limited to, sexual harassment, sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking, and sexual exploitation.