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The Office for Access and Equity (OAE), strives to increase access to employment, programs, and services in an environment free of unlawful discrimination and harassment.

Dispute Resolution Services (DRS) provides confidential consultation, facilitation, and mediation services to students, faculty, academic and support staff.

The deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Tony McDade, and countless other members of the Black community have further exposed the racist beliefs, behaviors, and systems that Black people experience in America. The Office for Access and Equity reaffirms our commitment to cultivate an environment where our Black community members experience racial equity as a reality and not an aspiration. We denounce racism against all groups and will continue to provide support and resources for those who are impacted by harassment or discrimination.

  1. Michael Diaz (4th from the left)
    December 5, 2017: Michael Diaz, Executive Associate Director, served on a panel at the "Standing Up for Dignity and Respect: An IDHR Panel Discussion Honoring Human Rights Day".
  2. Photo by Danielle Earls
    April 19, 2017: Break the Silence Rally. The Office for Access and Equity joined the rally to show support, along with UIC Women’s Leadership and Resource Center/Campus Advocacy Network and the UIC Undergraduate Student Government.
  3. Lukasz Matusik from Poland is a delegate in the Global Sports Mentoring Program (GSMP), a program through the University of Tennessee’s Center for Sport, Peace and Community which is supported by the U.S. Department of State. He visited the University yesterday to learn about the roll of an ADA Coordinator and to discuss ways he can improve accessibility for persons with disabilities in Poland.