The University of Arizona is committed to diversity and inclusion and providing an environment free of discrimination and harassment in which all students, staff, and faculty may contribute and thrive. Workplace climate is an important component in maintaining our strong sense of community, respect, and support for all of our University members. We expect all members of our community to model behavior necessary to create an inclusive and respectful climate for all.
To support these efforts, the following resources are available to University employees.
A confidential, informal, impartial, and independent resource for effective communication, collaboration, and conflict management.
Provides relationship and communication resources, as well as free, voluntary, and confidential counseling and consultation.
Information and guidance on University policies, practices, and workplace issues to help make balanced and informed decisions.
For help identifying emerging resource and leadership issues, including academic appointments, tenure, promotion and other faculty affairs.
Summation of University policy, formal University processes, and resources to help employees come to a sustainable consensus.
Resources to create and maintain a work and learning environment that is inclusive, and free of discriminatory conduct.
An anonymous, 24/7 resource for reporting concerns about legal or policy violations or unethical conduct.
To report non-urgent workplace violence, safety concerns, or policy violations fill out a Report a TAMT Incident form.
To report an emergent or urgent workplace violence issue, please first call 911 or contact UAPD.