UA Policies and Resources

UA Policies and Resources

University of Arizona Policies on Institutional Equity

Nondiscrimination and Anti-Harassment Policy

Preventing Discrimination and Harassment Training
Online training required for all University of Arizona employees

UA Ethics and Conduct Policy

Religious Accommodation Policy

Workplace Access Accommodation through Disability Resource Center

Other University of Arizona Resources

  • Inclusive Excellence - Programs for Inclusive Excellence is a focal point for campus diversity and inclusion efforts, developing high-quality, high impact strategies to advance diversity and inclusion at the University of Arizona.
  • UA Ombuds Program - The UA Ombuds Program is a confidential, informal, impartial, and independent resource for effective communication, collaboration, and conflict management serving all levels of UA employees and students, as well as community members who have a university-related concern.
  • Life & Work Connections (Employee Assistance/Work-Life Integration) - UA Life & Work Connections (LWC) provides lifecycle services to complement the work cycles of UA employees by providing support for the “whole person.” Whether you are looking for newborn childcare or strategies to parent your middle schoolers, striving to maintain or improve your physical or emotional health, caring for an aging parent, or trying to create a better balance between your work and personal life. Select childcare services are also available for students. The LWC professionals are ready to work with you to achieve your optimal well-being.
  • Postdoctoral Affairs - UA Postdoctoral Affairs works to advance postdoctoral scholars by providing career and professional development resources, fostering an inclusive academic community, and promoting excellence in research, discovery and innovation across campus, and to support faculty in their role as postdoctoral mentors.
  • Dean of Students - The Dean of Students office engages students in opportunities for campus involvement and supports student learning and success. The web site includes policies, forms, and other links to information and assistance.

Graduate College

Policies and information for graduate students pertaining to academics 

Policies and information for graduate students pertaining to grievances 

Summary of grievance types, additional information, and points of contact for graduate students with grievances

Appointed Professionals Advisory Council (APAC) 
APAC provides advocacy, information and resources for all UA appointed professionals.

Classified Staff Council
The University of Arizona Classified Staff Council (CSC) exists to serve as an advocate and resource to all classified staff.

Faculty Senate
The faculty senate focuses on a broad spectrum of policy issues, including academic personnel, instruction and curriculum, research, and student affairs. The senate also serves as a forum for communication between the faculty and the university administration.

College of Science Staff Advisory Council (CoSSAC)
The College of Science Staff Advisory Council provides advocacy, information and resources for College of Science classified staff and appointed personnel, and serves as a liaison and advisor to the College of Science Dean on staff issues.

Postdoctoral Affairs
Postdoctoral Affairs advances postdoctoral scholars by providing career and professional development resources, fostering an inclusive academic community, and promoting excellence in research discovery and innovation across campus, and also supports faculty in their role as postdoctoral mentors. To join the postdoctoral listserv, send an email to list [at] list [dot] arizona [dot] edu with the subject line “subscribe ua_postdocs [at] list [dot] arizona [dot] edu FirstName LastName”