UToledo Human Resources

HR Compliance

is responsible for:

  • Intake, consultation, and administration of reasonable ADA accommodations;
  • Investigation of complaints, information, and consultations related to harassment and discrimination;
  • Oversight of non-discrimination policies and procedures to ensure an inclusive employment and academic experience;
  • Monitoring and auditing the University's compliance with affirmative action and equal employment opportunity laws; and
  • Working collaboratively and in partnership with other University of Toledo offices and departments.


Processing reports of incidents concerning discrimination and harassment under the University of Toledo’s nondiscrimination policy. Incidents include, but are not limited to:

  • Discrimination and harassment based on race, color, religion, national origin, military/veteran status, familial status, and political affiliation
  • Discrimination and harassment based on disability
  • Retaliation based on reporting or participating in activities involving protected disclosure 


Reports of sexual harassment and discrimination questions regarding Title IX, and concerns about noncompliance should be directed to the Title IX Coordinator. Use this form to report incidents of sexual misconduct.  Incidents include, but are not limited to:

  • Sexual assault
  • Sexual violence
  • Sexual harassment
  • Sexual discrimination
  • Interpersonal relationship violence
  • Indecent exposure
  • Stalking
  • Retaliation

Sexual misconduct report

Workplace Accommodations

Employees may request reasonable workplace accommodations related to the following bases:  

  • Childbirth 
  • Disability 
  • Nursing 
  • Pregnancy 
  • Religion 

Accommodation Request Processes



Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) is defined by the federal government to refer to employment practices that ensure non-discrimination based on race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, physical or mental ability, religion, medical condition, ancestry, marital status, pregnancy, genetic information, veteran status or age. The principle behind EEO is that each individual should have the same access to opportunities in the workplace.

  • EEO provides equal access and opportunity, ensuring no one is excluded from participation.

Affirmative Action (AA) is one aspect of the federal government's efforts to ensure equal employment opportunity for minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities. Affirmative Action encompasses:

  • Good faith efforts to remedy underutilization,
  • Widespread and diverse outreach in the recruitment process,
  • Job-related criteria with minimal adverse or exclusionary impact, and
  • Fair evaluation of all job applicants.

Ensuring EEO and AA are legally mandated for The University of Toledo because of the University's status as a federal contractor.

Moreover, as a nationally ranked public research university, UToledo is proud of its long-standing commitment to diversity, equity and inclusivity. They advance our strategic priorities of improving student success, achieving national prominence, fostering a culture of excellence and strengthening our community engagement. Further, we believe we can best discover new knowledge and make significant contributions through the rich diversity of our programs, people and perspectives.

Contact us

Mailing Address
The University of Toledo
2801 W. Bancroft Street
Human Resources, MS 205
Toledo, Ohio 43606

Visiting Address
The Center for Administrative Support
2935 E. Rocket Dr
Toledo, OH 43606

419.530.4747 (HRHR)
Email: hrcompliance@utoledo.edu

Last Updated: 3/20/24