Equal Opportunity Policies
Discrimination and Harassment Policy
The University of Houston-Victoria strives to maintain and strengthen an educational, working, and living environment where students, employees, and visitors are free from unlawful discrimination and harassment. The University of Houston System Discrimination and Harassment Policy defines and describes discrimination and harassment and establishes a mechanism for processing complaints against students, employees, and visitors.
Discrimination and Harassment Formal Complaint Questionnaire
Have you experienced any form of discrimination and harassment? To report a concern, ask questions about policies, access services and more, contact the Equal Opportunity Coordinator. To have your complaint formally investigated, complete the Formal Complaint Questionnaire and submit to the Equal Opportunity Coordinator in person, by email or regular mail.Rebecca LakeTitle IX and Equal Opportunity CoordinatorUniversity West 116361-570-4835
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Accommodations
An ADA Coordinator oversees efforts to comply with and implement university policies regarding the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act. The ADA Coordinator can discuss options, provide support, explain University policies and procedures and provide education on relevant issues.
Employee Disability ServicesLaura SmithDirector of Human ResourcesUniversity West 117
Student Disability ServicesCheryl WorleyManager Disability Services and At-Risk Programs for StudentsUniversity North 214H361-570-4287
UHV strives to achieve technology accessibility for all students, faculty, staff and visitors. Accessible technology ensures quality interactions with online and classroom technologies, workplace applications, campus messaging and website content. UHV values and benefits from inclusion of a diverse body of students, faculty and staff members. Technology accessibility empowers these members to access resources in their academic and career pursuits. To learn more, visit the Technology Accessibility page or see UH System Electronic and Information Resources Accessibility Policy.
Student & Employee Training and Prevention
Our goal is to ensure that faculty, staff and students understand and know their rights and responsibilities to help maintain a discriminatory-free environment at UHV. UHV provides multiple training opportunities both online through our mandatory training program as well as face-to-face training to various university groups.
Schedule additional training for your group by calling your Title IX Coordinator at 361-570-4835.