OHSU

Diversity Partners

Academic and Student Affairs

A central administrative office with responsibility for the institutional academic mission, programming and policy implementation, support programs for academic personnel and students, and academic fiscal management. Learn more

Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity (AAEO)

Advances the well being of the OHSU community by supporting diversity, expanding opportunities, and ensuring compliance with all civil rights laws and related University policies, in all University activities. Learn more

Cultural Advocacy Team

Leads diversity and inclusion initiatives in the OHSU hospitals and clinics. Learn more

Diversity Advisory Council

Advises the President and the Executive Leadership Team on enhancing diversity, multiculturalism and equal opportunity for all aspects of the university's mission. Learn more

Global Health Center

A University-wide program promoting inter-professional global health education, research, service and advocacy to reduce the burden of illness and injury at home and abroad. Learn more

Human Resources

Provides OHSU's diverse departments and work units with HR support and services, including recruitment and workforce planning, labor and employee relations, training and development and benefits administration. Learn more

Interpreter Services

A free Translation & Interpreter Services Department helping limited-English speaking patients and their families communicate with our providers and staff. Learn more

One Sky Center

A National Resource Center for American Indian and Alaska Native Health, Education and Research dedicated to quality health care across Indian Country. Learn more

Physical Access Committee

A University Committee charged with identifying barriers to access by people with disabilities at OHSU and to present findings and recommendations to OHSU's administration concerning access needs and priorities for meeting those needs. Learn more

Student Access

Supports the University's mission and value of diversity by providing equal access to its programs and services for students who experience a disability. Learn more