Grambling State University is a public historically black university in Grambling, Louisiana. Grambling State is home of the Eddie G. Robinson Museum and is listed on the Louisiana African American Heritage Trail.
Grambling State University (GSU) will make all decisions regarding recruitment, hiring, promotion, suspension, termination, layoff, and all other terms and conditions of employment without discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, veteran status, disability, or any other non-merit factor. The university makes reasonable accommodations to the religious observances and national origin practices of an employee or perspective employee. GSU also makes reasonable accommodations to the physical and mental limitations of a disabled veteran or non-veteran employee or applicant unless such accommodations place undue hardship on the successful operations of the university.
All personnel of GSU with responsibility for recruitment, appointment, placement, evaluation, training, or any other aspect of personnel management are charged with the responsibility of seeing that this policy is successfully implemented by giving it full support through active cooperation and personal example. All such persons shall be evaluated on the basis of their equal employment efforts and results in addition to the usual standards of performance. Persons who fail to adhere to the Equal Employment Opportunity Policy are subject to administrative disciplinary actions. The university will periodically analyze its personnel actions to ensure compliance with this policy.