Professor Sir Hilary Beckles, vice chancellor of The University of the West Indies, will be the keynote speaker at the University of the Virgin Islands’ 2016 commencement ceremonies. ...read more
UVI is making a difference! The entire UVI family (board, faculty, students, staff and alumni) is engaged in new initiatives that will support the University in its objectives to facilitate the social and economic development of the Virgin Islands.
The University is committed to creating and maintaining a community in which students, faculty and staff can work together in an atmosphere free of all forms of assault, sexual harassment, exploitation, or intimidation. Every member of the UVI community should be aware that such behavior is prohibited by both federal and local law, and by University policy.
UVI CARES (Crisis Awareness Response Evaluation Safety)
The University of the Virgin Islands provides a variety of prevention programming including prevention, awareness, advocacy, risk reduction, bystander, initiatives, campaigns, and others. By offering a variety of programs, UVI strives to create an environment and culture that is safe for all community members and is respectful of all individuals as we work together to respond to and prevent sexual and interpersonal violence.
Members of the UVI community are encouraged to promptly report observance of and/or complaints about sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, and unlawful sexual contact to a supervisor or manager, Title IX Coordinator, EEO Officer, Human Resources, or any other UVI administrator. Persons found to be in violation of this policy shall be subject to a transfer, or may face disciplinary action which may include, but is not limited to, written warning, demotion, suspension, expulsion, dismissal or termination.How the Reporting Process Occurs
|Complete Sexual Misconduct Report Form for Students, whether it is either part of the Early Resolution Process or through the internal Grievance Procedure.||Complete Sexual Misconduct Report Form for Faculty and Staff, whether it is pursued formally or informally.||Complete Sexual Misconduct Report Form for Faculty and Staff, whether it is either part of the Early Resolution Process or through the internal Grievance Procedure.|
|St. Thomas Campus||Albert A. Sheen Campus|
|St. Thomas Campus||Albert A. Sheen Campus|
|Submit an Announcement||UVI Announcements are distributed weekly via e-mail to internal stakeholders and placed on the Announcements section of the UVI website. Items in the Announcements that are for public consumption are sent weekly to all media.||Announcements should be submitted three weeks before the start date of an event.|
|Submit an Calendar Event||The Events Calendar features all UVI events. Once submitted, calendar items are shared on UVI’s social media and RSS feed pages.||Items for the UVI Events Calendar must be received by noon on Thursdays for placement in the Events Calendar the following week.|
|Submit a News Release||News Releases and media alerts are distributed locally, regionally and nationally.||Information for news releases and media alerts must be received 10 business days before the expected date of distribution.|
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At UVI, we are concerned about your total well-being. Your emotional and spiritual health is an important component which gives you the strength to deal with the many challenges faced each day. As part of your health insurance program, Cigna Behavioral Health offers an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) for you and any member of your household. An advocate is ready to help assess your needs and develop a solution to help resolve your concerns. He or she can also direct you to an array of resources in your community and online tools. Get extra support for handling life’s demands. Call 1-888-371-1125 or go online to www.cignabehavioral.com for confidential assistance, information or resources to help resolve life’s challenges.
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