Office of Institutional Effectiveness and
The Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Human Resources is an administrative service and support unit for Northwestern State University. Its mission is to provide all university units with information to be used in decision-making and evidence-based planning. The office collects, analyzes, reports, and disseminates data on behalf of the university and supports all university units in assessment-based improvement efforts. Reporting of information complies with federal and state regulations.
Language & Communications
Listed below you will find the Northwestern State University Affirmative Action Plan (signed copy in Office of Institutional Effectiveness & Human Resources), the Faculty and Staff Handbooks, which both contain University policies regarding discrimination and complaints, and additional resources.
Employment procedures can be found in the Northwestern State University Fiscal Policy & Procedures User Guides:
Notice of Non-Discrimination
It has been, and will continue to be, the policy of Northwestern State University to be an equal opportunity employer. All employment decisions are based on job related standards and must comply with the principles of equal employment opportunity.
In keeping with this policy, the University will continue to recruit, hire, train, and promote into all job levels the most qualified persons without regard to race, color, gender, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, genetic information, age, pregnancy or parenting status, veteran status or retirement status. All personnel actions, such as compensation, benefits, transfers, layoffs, training, and education are administered without regard to race, color, gender, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, genetic information, age, veteran status or retirement status.
The University is committed to equal opportunity for student success by providing access to educational programs, tuition assistance, and social and recreational activities for all students without regard to race, color, gender, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, genetic information, pregnancy or parenting status, age, veteran status or retirement status.
Additionally, the University provides equal access to the Boy Scouts of America and other designated youth groups.
Student complaints or inquiries related to Title IX should be directed to the Dean of Students, Frances Conine (318-357-5285), located in room #250 of the Student Services Center. Title IX issues should be directed to the EEO Officer, Veronica M. Biscoe (318-357-6359), located in Caspari Hall, room #111.
In accordance with Section 35.106 of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), all participants, applicants, organizations , and interested individuals are advised and notified that the ADA Coordinator for Northwestern State University is the Vice-President for University Affairs, Dr. Marcus Jones (318-357-5701), located at 104 Central Avenue. For academic services, contact the Director of Disability Support and Tutoring, Randi Washington (318-357-4460), located in room #234 of the Friedman Student Union.
In addition, Northwestern State University complies with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy & Campus Crime Statistics Act. Information about NSULA campus security and crime statistics can be found at http://universitypolice.nsula.edu/annual-security-report/.
*Inquiries regarding employment application status should be made to the individual receiving the application packet.