Penn State Resources

Diversity, equity, and inclusion resources at Penn State (outside of Educational Equity)
 

Acknowledgement of Land

In collaboration with the Indigenous Peoples Student Association (IPSA) and the Indigenous Faculty and Staff Alliance (IFSA)
 

Campus Access and Success Grant

The Office of the Vice Provost for Educational Equity Campus Access and Success Grant began in 2007 when Penn State created an alternative program to the state-funded Pennsylvania Higher Education Equal Opportunity Act of 1971 to better serve Penn State students.
 

Clery Act

Federal consumer protection law that requires institutions of higher education to disclose information about certain crimes on and around campus.
 
 
 

Ethics and Compliance Hotline

For employees and students to raise concerns regarding financial matters such as fraud, theft of University assets, or conflicts of interest; and other misconduct or violations of University policy, including research compliance matters, discrimination, athletics-compliance issues, or sexual misconduct.
 

Office of Equal Opportunity and Access

Promotes and furthers the University's commitment to equal opportunity and diversity. Handles Title IX, discrimination complaints, equal opportunity hiring, diversity education for employees, and accommodations for employees with disabilities.
 

Office of Human Resources

Information on employment, resources, benefits, payroll, and professional development for current and prospective employees.
 

Penn State DEIB Dashboard

This online resource is part of a holistic approach to fostering greater transparency around diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging at Penn State.
 
 

Penn State Principles

Principles that embody the values that Penn State hopes our students, faculty, staff, administration, and alumni possess.
 

University Equity Leadership Council (UELC)

The purpose of University Equity Leadership Council (UELC) is to ensure that concerns about the Penn State campus climate, across the geography of the university, are represented at the highest levels of university leadership, and that we collaboratively and consistently prioritize the value of diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging in our institution. The body is organized and led by the Vice Provost for Educational Equity and the Associate Vice Provost for Educational Equity and will have opportunities to engage with the Provost and President, and other offices as appropriate, on an annual basis.
 

University Police and Safety

Policing, emergency management, crime information, safety training and resources, and physical security management