Create an EEO Form
Administrators in Faculty Search can create custom EEO forms. Admins can set the program to require the EEO form for all new positions, and designate a form as the default for all new positions created.
Faculty Search also provides Institutional Administrators with a standard, VEVRAA/503-compliant EEO form, available from the Administration page. The form can be used as is, or cloned and edited.
Institutional Adminstrators can see here for more information on how to create and edit a VEVRAA/503-compliant EEO form.
1. Access the "Administration" page
Click "Manage" on your Faculty Search dashboard, and select "Administration" from the dropdown menu
-or- From other screens, click "Administration" in the upper right corner
2. Check to make sure you are editing settings for the correct administrative unit
The form you create will be available to positions created at or below the unit displayed.
3. Open the "EEO Information" tab
4. Scroll down to the EEO forms section
5. Click "Add" to begin creating a new form
6. Give your form a title
7. Enter a description of the form and indicate if the form should be required by all new positions
8. Click "Add Question" (at the lower left of the screen)
9. Add the question title and help information
10. Select a question type
You can choose between five question types. See below for a description of the available question types.
11. Indicate if the question is required to complete form (cannot be left blank or skipped)
12. If the question type is multiple choice, checkboxes or a grid, you will need to enter possible answers
13. Click "Show Applicant Preview" to see how the form will appear to applicants
14. When you are finished, your form will appear in the list of forms on the EEO Information tab
You can click the pencil to edit, or click "x" to delete the form.
You cannot restore a form once it has been deleted.
You can create five types of questions on EEO forms.
Text questions prompt applicants to respond with one line of text. These are best suited for short answer, free-form responses.
Provide applicants with an entire text box for their answer. Best suited for longer, paragraph-form responses.
Multiple Choice Questions
Presents multiple answers and applicants can choose one. This type of question can also work for True/False, Yes/No, and other binary questions. You can also provide applicants with a box for "Other," where they enter their own answer.
These provide applicants with multiple answer choices, of which they can choose one or more. You can provide applicants with a box for "Other," where they can enter their own answer.
Applicants can select one option per row. This type of question can be used to express preferences, e.g., which courses the applicant would like to teach.
Once your questions are added you can drag and drop to change the order in which they appear and also add formatting to customize how the form displays.
For more complex forms, we recommend including these elements for order and clarity:
- Section Divider: A simple horizontal line that can visually break up the form.
- Section Heading: A large-text label that can be placed atop a discrete section of your form.
- Section Description: Contextual text that can be tucked underneath a heading and above the actual questions.