Welcome to the website for the Queens College Office of Compliance and Diversity Programs (OCDP).
The director of the OCDP reports to the president of the college and serves as the chief diversity officer, Title IX coordinator, a 504/ADA coordinator and domestic violence awareness and prevention coordinator for Queens College. The director also serves on various campus committees, including the Queens College Council on Diversity and the Queens College Sexual Harassment Awareness and Intake Taskforce.
Please see each item below for additional information:
- Recruitment and Searches
Ensuring compliance with the university's policies and procedures regarding searches, Affirmative Action, Equal Employment Opportunity, discrimination prevention including sexual harassment prevention and domestic violence awareness and prevention.
- Affirmative Action Plans and Reports
Preparing the college's annual Affirmative Action Plan and related reports as mandated by the university.
Providing on-campus information and training regarding discrimination prevention, including sexual harassment prevention.
- Discrimination Complaints
Investigating student and employee complaints regarding discrimination, including sexual harassment.
- Diversity Outreach Initiatives
Serving as the college's liaison to local, national and international organizations that address discrimination prevention and workforce diversity.
Consulting and coordinating with academic and administrative departments to increase workforce diversity and eliminate under-representation of females and minorities (Blacks/African-Americans, Asians/Pacific Islanders, Hispanics and Italian-Americans).
- Campus Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity and Committees*
*The director of the OCDP is the chair and coordinator of these committees.
This website is designed to provide reliable and accurate information regarding workforce diversity at Queens College. The staff of the OCDP is available to answer your questions and provide assistance during business hours. In addition, the OCDP maintains a voice-messaging system, which is available 24/7.