Resources for Faculty & Staff

Resources for Faculty and Staff

UNC Charlotte Faculty Ombuds Office

The UNC Charlotte Faculty Ombuds Office was established in the Spring of 2012 to provide an alternative resource for the management, prevention and resolution of conflicts arising among the faculty and administration of the University. The Ombuds Office provides a safe, informal environment where faculty and administrators may speak in confidence about issues of concern they encounter in the workplace. In all proceedings, the Ombuds shall be truthful and act with integrity, shall foster respect for all members of the University, and shall promote procedural fairness in the content and administration of the University’s practices, processes, and policies.

ADVANCE Faculty Affairs and Diversity Office

The UNC Charlotte ADVANCE Faculty Affairs and Diversity Office builds faculty diversity and promotes faculty success through research and programming on recruitment, re-appointment, promotion and tenure practices; policy reform; mentoring; leadership and career development.

African and African American Faculty and Staff Caucus

The purpose of the Caucus of Faculty/ Administrators/ Staff of African Descent, hereby referred to as the ‘Caucus’ shall be to facilitate, influence and provide guidance for educational, administrative and personnel policies that affect the welfare of the African- American & African community of UNCC

Latino/Hispanic Faculty and Staff Caucus

The Latino/Hispanic Faculty and Staff Caucus support community efforts that celebrate our diverse cultures at UNC Charlotte and in the region.  The members of the Caucus work to enhance the community of Latino/Hispanic faculty, staff and students on campus.

Human Resources

The Employee Relations Office provides comprehensive services for both employees and managers/supervisors as regards the following policies and programs: affirmative action, discipline, diversity, employee assistance (EAP), equal employment opportunity, grievance, performance management, unemployment insurance, unlawful workplace harassment and/or violence.

Invitation to Self-Identify to Persons with Disabilities

The University of North Carolina at Charlotte invites applicants and employees to self-identify their status as an individual with a disability. The submission of this information is voluntary and refusal to provide it will not subject you to any adverse treatment. Applicants and employees may voluntarily self-identify their disability status at any time.

General Resources

University Non-Discrimination Policies

The University’s Non-Discrimination Policies are found on the Office of Legal Affairs website.

Title IX at UNC Charlotte

Title IX is a federal law that prohibits discrimination based on the sex of employees and students of educational institutions that receive federal financial assistance.  Title IX’s prohibition of sex discrimination includes prohibition of sexual harassment and sexual violence.

Forty IX’ers: Know Your Title IX is a collection of information about the University’s policies related to Title IX; links to resources for students and employees about understanding sexual misconduct; dating violence, and other topics; and the procedures for filing a complaint.

Counseling Center

The Counseling Center provides wellness-related programs and services to UNC Charlotte students.  The Counseling Center supports the academic, personal, and interpersonal development of UNC Charlotte students by providing short-term individual and group counseling, psychological assessment, consultation for faculty, staff, parents, and students, and educational programs to the campus community.  Services include outreach and educational programs for: Adult students, International students, LGBTQ students, Military-affiliated students, Students of color, and Students with disabilities.

Office of Disability Services

The Office of Disability Services (DS) is responsible for ensuring access to academic programs and campus facilities for individuals with disabilities.

Office of International Programs

The Office of International Programs strives to strengthen international education at the University as well as in the Charlotte community. On campus, it seeks to make international understanding and global awareness a fundamental part of the curriculum and an integral part of campus programming.