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EIU Diversity and Inclusion

Resources for Students

Child Care Resource and Referral (CCR&R): The CCR&R offers referrals of child care providers to parents and families, provides child care resources and technical assistance to parents, families, and child care providers, and assists families in paying for child care. It serves Clark, Coles, Cumberland, Edgar, Moultrie, and Shelby counties in Illinois.

Counseling Center: The Counseling Center is staffed by psychologists, counselors, and graduate students, and the services rendered to students are free, voluntary, and confidential. The Center's staff is dedicated to assisting students in their pursuit of personal and academic growth, to helping students gain a better understanding and appreciation of themselves, and to supporting students as they make important decisions about their lives.

EIU Global: EIU Global encompasses all of EIU’s global programs, including the Office of Study Abroad and International Students and Scholars.

Health Education Resource Center (HERC): The HERC the serves as a source of information on health related topics and provides students, faculty, and staff with a wide variety of health programs.

Health Service: The Medical Clinic offers quality, student-oriented and primary care medical services. The Clinic is available to all full, part-time and graduate students. General medical visits and health assessments are provided to students at no cost.

Military Student Assistance Center: The Military Student Assistance Center provides a single coordination point for student veterans, military personnel, and members of military families and enhance military enrollment, academic and social integration, and future career opportunities in order to support those who have made sacrifices for the state of Illinois and the United States of America.

LGBTQA Resource Center: The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, and Ally (LGBTQA) Resource Center strives to support an open, welcoming, and collaborative campus environment for students, faculty, staff, and friends.

Office of Civil Rights and Diversity: The Office of Civil Rights and Diversity serves as a resource to the university in the areas of Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity, and Diversity. See also Title IX Coordinator.

Office of Minority Affairs: The Office of Minority Affairs endeavors to pursue, promote and maintain programs that will heighten the awareness, presence and success of minorities and other under–represented groups on campus.

Office of Student Disability Services: The Office of Student Disability Services (OSDS) is committed to facilitating the provision of equal access and opportunity to all campus programs and services for students with disabilities.

Office of Student Programs: The Office of Student Programs houses three primary departments: Fraternity and Sorority Life, Student Community Service, and Student Life.

Office of Student Standards: The Office of Student Standards addresses student behavior related to the standards of conduct outlined in the Student Conduct Code. See also Deputy Title IX Coordinator.

Threat Assessment Team: The mission of the Threat Assessment Team is to address aberrant, dangerous, or threatening behavior on campus and to provide guidance and incorporate best practices for preventing violence; to provide support services when specific problems arise and on an ongoing basis and; to develop, with the assistance of counsel, a campus wide threat assessment policy.

Title IX Coordinator and Deputy Title IX Coordinator: The Title IX Coordinator is the designated university official with primary responsibility for coordinating the university’s compliance with Title IX. This includes providing advice and guidance on policies, education and training, complaints of sexual harassment and sexual violence, and helping to ensure the university responds appropriately, effectively, and equitably to Title IX issues. The Deputy Title IX Coordinator coordinates, investigates, and monitors student-on-student complaints of sexual misconduct (sexual violence-rape, sexual assault, sexual battery, sexual coercion; domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking).

TRiO Student Support Services: The goal of SSS TRIO Program is to increase retention and graduation rates of eligible students and to foster an institutional climate supportive of the success of low-income and first-generation college students and/or college students with disabilities.

University Police Department (UPD): The UPD, located at the corner of 7th and Grant, provides service and protection to the campus community 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Veterans Benefits: Veterans and service members receive individualized assistance in completing request forms such as educational and military transcripts and applications for the G.I. Bill, Illinois Veterans Grant, Illinois National Guard Grant, Illinois MIA/POW Scholarship, Federal Tuition Assistance, and Federal Student Aid programs.

Women’s Resource Center (WRC): The WRC was established by the university's Women's Studies Program to provide an informal setting for students, faculty, staff, and community members to gather and discuss all topics related to gender, sexuality, and systems of power and privilege.

Resources for Employees

ADA Coordinator: The ADA Coordinator is the designated university official with primary responsibility for coordinating employee requests for workplace accommodations in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Contact through Human Resources.

LGBTQA Resource Center: The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, and Ally (LGBTQA) Resource Center strives to support an open, welcoming, and collaborative campus environment for students, faculty, staff, and friends.

Office of Civil Rights and Diversity: The Office of Civil Rights and Diversity serves as a resource to the university in the areas of Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity, and Diversity. See also Title IX Coordinator.

Office of Faculty Development: The central mission of Faculty Development is to develop and enable excellent faculty to provide high quality service and leadership across the University's integrated missions of teaching, research, scholarship and creative activities.

Office of Employee and Labor Relations: The Office of Employee and Labor Relations is responsible for negotiating and administering collective bargaining agreements, administers the non-negotiated and negotiated grievance process, oversees and administers discipline, and advises supervisors and employees alike on supervisory/employee relations matters.

Threat Assessment Team: The mission of the Threat Assessment Team is to address aberrant, dangerous, or threatening behavior on campus and to provide guidance and incorporate best practices for preventing violence; to provide support services when specific problems arise and on an ongoing basis and; to develop, with the assistance of counsel, a campus wide threat assessment policy.

Title IX Coordinator and Deputy Title IX Coordinator: The Title IX Coordinator is the designated university official with primary responsibility for coordinating the university’s compliance with Title IX. This includes providing advice and guidance on policies, education and training, complaints of sexual harassment and sexual violence, and helping to ensure the university responds appropriately, effectively, and equitably to Title IX issues. The Deputy Title IX Coordinator coordinates, investigates, and monitors student-on-student complaints of sexual misconduct (sexual violence-rape, sexual assault, sexual battery, sexual coercion; domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking).

University Police Department (UPD): The UPD, located at the corner of 7th and Grant, provides service and protection to the campus community 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Women’s Resource Center (WRC): The WRC was established by the university's Women's Studies Program to provide an informal setting for students, faculty, staff, and community members to gather and discuss all topics related to gender, sexuality, and systems of power and privilege.

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1011 Old Main
(217) 581-5020
civil@eiu.edu


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