Employee Resources

USU Extension Professional Development Faculty and Staff

Civil Rights Laws...

USU Extension has a societal obligation to provide equal and non-biased service and program access to all. The laws section of this web site provides instructions and procedures to assist in the application of civil rights statutes, laws and directives in Extension programs.
  • 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act - Title I and V of this act describe all you need to know
  • And Justice for All - Letter
  • All Reasonable Efforts
  • Civil Rights Requirements in Extension Role Statements
  • EEO/Civil Rights 2004 Updates
  • Groups Certifying Non-Discrimination 
  • Potential Social and Economic Barriers to Participation
  • Public Notification Plan
  • Reference Description of Various Civil Rights Regulations - A list of laws, acts and regulations from 1866 to 1991 which establish and address Civil Rights procedures


Civil Rights Compliance Review Resources

Extension compliance reviews are conducted periodically by USDA-NIFA as required by federal  law and the US Department of Justice civil rights regulations. These resources provide a standard civil rights documentation of effort for state, county, and faculty and should be referred to when building civil rights documentation files. A copy of the current federal civil rights compliance review standards is provided.

Forms and Guides...

Having good tools to accomplish "the job" and fulfill expectations is critical to success. This section contains tools, forms, guides and resources to assist in better meeting civil rights expectations with the audiences we serve.
  • 4-H Expansion and Review Orientation