Policies and Procedures
Office of Equal Opportunity (OEO)
The Office of Equal Opportunity sponsors outreach activities and programs; serves as the liaison with the U.S. Department of Labor and other governmental agencies charged with affirmative action monitoring and advises on affirmative action implementation.
Dr. Emily Kempin, a graduate of the Zurich Law School, has been credited with the formation and the success of the University's first woman's law class, held on October 30, 1890. Prior to teaching the class, she had been permitted to attend legal lectures with men in 1888 and taught Roman law to male students.
- University Policy on Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity
- Guidelines Regarding Protest and Dissent
- Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act
More information about FERPA - including guidelines, video, and an online tutorial - may be found on the NYU Office of Academic Program Review website.
- Family and Medical Leave Act
- University Statement of HIV/AIDS
- University Anti-Harassment Policy and Complaint Procedures
- University Calendar Policy on Religious Holidays
- Guidelines Regarding Service Animals