Alert: June 8, 2023

June 8, 2023

Please be advised that on Thursday June 8, all classes will be remote. Employees are to work remotely. Essential personnel should report to work as required by their supervisor.

Last Updated: 6/8/2023, 2:38 PM

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Discrimination and Harassment

Creating and sustaining a welcoming climate requires mutual respect for all. This means that discrimination and harassment are not acceptable at Monmouth University. OED is committed to fostering an environment at Monmouth University where all people, regardless of background, identity, ethnicity, or sexual orientation, feel welcomed.

Persons connected with Monmouth University who believe they have experienced discrimination, harassment, or retaliation may bring their concerns to the Office of Equity and Diversity.

Information about or assistance with discrimination and harassment issues may be obtained from a variety of University resources. The following individuals can provide advice to individuals who believe they are experiencing discrimination or harassment:

  • Nina M. Anderson, Director, Office of Equity and Diversity, Title IX Coordinator / ADA 504 Coordinator, Great Hall, Room 304, 732-571-7577
  • Robyn Salvo, Director of Human Resources, Great Hall, Room 312, 732-571-3470
  • Dr. Pamela E. Scott-Johnson, Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs, Great Hall, Room 211, 732-571-3405
  • Ms. Mary Anne Nagy, Vice President for Student Life and Leadership Engagement, Student Center, Room 207, 732-571-3417

At any time, OED Director, Nina M. Anderson, is available to provide an overview of the applicable resolution process. OED remains a neutral third-party in all processes associated with the resolution of a discrimination complaint.

The Monmouth University policies and procedures for resolving complaints of discrimination and sexual harassment may be found here: