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President’s Council on Diversity

  • Recruitment & Staffing
  • Classification & Compensation
  • Employee Relations
  • Human Resource Services takes care of employment activities through careful study, training, and programs to support more than 22,000 employees; 4,000 of whom are students.

    Diversity Statement

    Together we can accomplish academic excellence within our community, reflective of the rich culture and diversity of our state and nation.
    — President Fuchs

    The Institutional Equity & Diversity Office has the organizational structure to respond to the university’s vision for a diverse workforce and provide a highly inclusive perspective on university issues. University diversity efforts will be assimilated into the campus and surrounding communities; making the university partner with other stakeholders interested in the quality of campus life. This will be accomplished in part through the efforts of the Council on Diversity. The council’s constellation will have campus-wide representation.

    We are conducting timely investigations, examining equal opportunity reporting and administrative policies to set new strategies for a positive impact on diversity and the elimination of discrimination of any kind in the workplace or classroom.

    Diversity activities will be made familiar to our entire community through heterogeneous discourse, administrative and managerial outreach, conferences, publications and electronic communications. The EEO office takes responsibility for the coordinated united efforts of key players at UF with responsibility for diversity among students, faculty and staff.

    Memorandum of establishment and mission from former President Machen

    Council Meetings

    Diversity Action Plan, August 2011

    Previously Held Meetings 

    Other Resources

    Questions Or Comments? hrseeo@admin.ufl.edu