The California State University fosters a diverse and inclusive employment environment that is safe and respects all employees, students and visitors.
The CSU protects people from discrimination based on age, disability, gender, genetic information, gender identity or expression, nationality, marital status, race or ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, and veteran or military status.
Title IX protects from discrimination based on sex in education programs or activities that receive financial assistance from the federal government.
Disability support and accommodation is a significant component of the mission of the CSU.
The CSU protects students and applicants for admission to the CSU from discrimination regardless of their protected status.
Whether an applicant, student or employee, the CSU protects the rights of our veterans.
The CSU supports diversity and inclusion in its recruitment, hiring, retention, and promotion policies and practices.
The CSU provides methods for employees and applicants to report improper governmental activity.
The CSU protects the rights of those who report.
The CSU is committed to transparency and compliance to policies affecting privacy, conflict of interest and outside employment by Management and Executive personnel.
CSU employees must disclose any economic interests and disqualify themselves from decisions in which they have an economic interest.
Student and employee health and medical information is protected under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).
The CSU provides a transparent system of disclosure, approval and documentation of outside employment activities performed by Management and Executive employees to identify any potential conflicts of commitment and/or conflicts of interest.