Affirmative Action Plan

UNM's Affirmative Action Plan is published each year by the Office of Compliance, Ethics & Equal Opportunity. The University's data is collected annually from the period of November 1st of the preceding year to October 31st of the current year.

The United States Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) requires federal contractors like UNM to assess the percentage of females and minorities in its workforce by job groups, and to compare that percentage to the percentage of females and minorities with requisite skills available in the appropriate recruitment area. This helps establish a benchmark against which the demographic composition of UNM’s workforce can be compared in order to identify accomplishments, problem areas, and placement goals. This serves as a management tool to ensure equal opportunity in furtherance of UNM’s values of diversity and inclusion.

To learn more about UNM's affirmative action goals and progress, please view CEEO's annual Affirmative Action plan Executive Summaries, which can be found in the Affirmative Action Policy section.