Report an incident of hate or bias to OEO.
Civil Rights/Title IX Report
Report discrimination or sexual misconduct to OEO.
Request a disability, religious, or Title IX accommodation.
The University of New Mexico (University) and UNM-Taos is committed to creating and maintaining a community that is free from all forms of discrimination, including harassment, differential treatment, failure to accommodate, retaliation because of participation in civil rights protected activity, and disparate impact. The Office of Equal Opportunity is the neutral campus entity designated to ensure compliance with all University policies that apply to civil rights including investigations of civil rights violations. The University has policies that prohibit all forms of discrimination and retaliation, to include sexual harassment, a form of gender discrimination that is prohibited by state and federal law (including, but not limited to Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972). The prohibition includes sexual violence, which is considered a severe form of sexual harassment.
The University is committed to providing equal access to educational and employment opportunities for all individuals. The university considers the following protected statuses:
- Gender Identity
- Genetic Information
- Medical Condition
- National Origin
- Physical or Mental Disability
- Sexual Orientation
- Spousal Affiliation
- Veteran Status
For more information on these policies visit the Office of Equal Opportunity.
To speak with someone at Taos campus contact Patricia Gonzales.