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University Updates on Coronavirus

The Office of Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action and Diversity is dedicated to fostering and nurturing an equitable, diverse, and inclusive learning and working environment at Winston-Salem State University. Through a variety of programs and services we work with students, staff, faculty, the surrounding community, and alumni to “Build Community through Diversity.”

The Office of EEO/AA & Diversity provides leadership to strategic diversity initiatives that foster an equitable, inclusive, and welcoming environment at Winston-Salem State University. We provide education and outreach to our campus community that addresses our commitment to non-discrimination and compliance, cultural competency development, recruiting and retaining a diverse workforce, as well as diversity in the curriculum and co-curriculum.

Utilizing the University Strategic Plan, the office works with a broad range of students, faculty, staff and community constituents to help make Winston-Salem State University a national model for inclusive excellence and diversity in higher education.


Department of Disability Services 

Disability Services works to ensure all WSSU faculty, staff and enrolled students have an equal opportunity to participate in all aspects of collegiate life. Winston-Salem State University strongly prohibits discrimination and harassment, and provides equal employment opportunities without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, sex, genetic information, political affiliation, or age. We encourage all members of the WSSU community to participate in our campus-wide effort to ensure that our workplace is free of discrimination and harassment. The following policies and corresponding procedures are designed to be resources as we strive to develop an inclusive, equitable, and respectful working and learning environment. If you need assistance with any of these policies or procedures, please contact us at or 336-750-8759.

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