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OEO

UNM Office of Equal Opportunity
MSC05 3150
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001
Phone: (505) 277-5251
Fax: (505) 277-1356
oeounm@unm.edu
Director/ADA Coordinator:
Francie Cordova, JD
Title IX: Angela Catena
Clery: Robert Burford

Office Hours
8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday
609 Buena Vista Drive NE
Map and directions

The Office of Equal Opportunity encourages you to come see us and voice your concerns. Come speak to one of our employees during our walk-in hours listed below:
Walk-In Hours
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Or by appointment


LoboRespect

Learn more about preventing and responding to sexual violence in our campus community, including information on services and support for victims of sexual violence, prevention education and much more.


Upcoming Training

Training Information Coming Soon

Religious Holidays Academic Calendar

Religious Holidays Academic Calendar

Click here to view a list of all religious holidays and observances for the 2018-2019 academic year at the University of New Mexico.

LoboCard Reflects Preferred/Affirmed Name Initiative

LoboCard Reflects Preferred/Affirmed Name Initiative

The UNM LoboCard system has been updated to reflect the new preferred/affirmed name initiative on campus. Click here to read more.

Revised 2720 Policy

Revised 2720 Policy

Read the newly revised UNM Policy regarding prohibited discrimination and equal opportunity on campus.

2017 End of Year Annual Report

2017 End of Year Annual Report

OEO's annual report for 2017 is available now. Click here to read more about the Office of Equal Opportunity.

Affirmed/Preferred Name Initiative

Affirmed/Preferred Name Initiative

The University of New Mexico recognizes that many people prefer to use a name other than their legal name to identify themselves. To view more information, click here.

Undocumented Student Resources

Undocumented Student Resources

Find out what UNM is doing to assist undocumented students on campus by visiting the new resources page for students.

2017 Campus Climate Survey Results

2017 Campus Climate Survey Results

Results from the 2017 Sexual Misconduct Campus Survey are in for Main Campus and all Branch Campuses. Click here to view the reports.

DOJ 6 Month Progress Report

DOJ 6 Month Progress Report

Read the DOJ Six Month Progress Report for information pertaining to UNM's Title IX responsibility.

OEO Annual Report

OEO Annual Report

OEO's annual report for 2016 is available now. Click here to read more about the Office of Equal Opportunity.

New Claims Procedure

New Claims Procedure

OEO has revised the claims procedure document for filing civil rights complaints. Click here to view the updated documents.

OEO ADA Forms

OEO ADA Forms

Download checklists, flowcharts, and medical inquiry forms for requesting accommodations

LoboRESPECT Consent Packet

LoboRESPECT Consent Packet

Learn more about the importance and definition of consent through this series of handouts from LoboRESPECT

ADA Informational Brochure

ADA Informational Brochure

Read and print the new OEO brochure that highlights the reasonable accommodation process.

Lobo Guardian

Lobo Guardian

Watch the video about the new LoboGuardian smart phone app.

The Clery Act and Title IX

The Clery Act and Title IX

The Clery Act and Title IX protect students in similar but different ways.

Coercion is not Consent

Coercion is not Consent

No means no. If sex is unwanted it is assault. Help make a safer campus.

UNM Office of Equal Opportunity

UNM Discrimination Claims Procedure

In response to the recent release from the Department of Justice in relation to the University of New Mexico's response to allegations of sexual misconduct on campus, the Office of Equal Opportunity has revised the previous Discrimination Claims Procedure documents.  The revised documents are intended to streamline and refine the manner in which the department investigates claims that are raised in order to better align the University's procedure with the recommendations from the Department of Justice.  To view the new documents, please click below:

Protected Classes


Discrimination is treating someone differently based on a civil rights protected class. A protected class is a group of people protected against discrimination by University policy or by state and federal law. At UNM, the following are considered protected classes:

  • Age (40 and over)
  • Ancestry/National Origin
  • Color/Race
  • Gender Identity
  • Genetic information
  • Medical Condition
  • Mental/Physical Disability
  • Pregnancy
  • Religion
  • Sex/Sexual Harassment
  • Sexual Orientation
  • Spousal Affiliation
  • Veteran Status

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