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Affirmative Action Regulations

Tulane University is a federal contractor and complies with and supports Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action regulations.  Affirmative Action encourages equity in the workplace through:

  1. Proactive implementation of guidelines and practices designed to promote and support diversity and inclusion
  2. Promote investigation into discrimination and harassment complaints
  3. Promoting the advancement and employment of protected veterans and persons with disabilities

Each year, the Office of Institutional Equity prepares an Affirmative Action Plan to analyze Tulane's workforce.  Information about Tulane's goals can be located at 

Equal Opportunity is the opportunity to gain entry to, participate in, and benefit from employment, services, programs, activities, and privileges of the institution regardless of race, national origin, sex, age, color, disability, gender identity or expression, genetic information, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or veteran's status). 

Any personnel or employment record that is made or kept by Tulane must be retained by the contractor for a minimum of three years.  For purposes of the recruitment, search and hiring process, these records, whether electronic or hard copies, include but are not limited to the following:  

  • positions advertisements 
  • postings
  • letters and emails 
  • curriculum vitas 
  • resumes and applications 
  • interview forms 
  • evaluations
  • ranking
  • selection forms
  • questionnaires

If you have questions, please contact Deborah Love at 504-247-1712.

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