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Diversity Programming

Welcome to the Office of Intuitional Equity and Diversity's Diversity Programming. We work to ensure that there are adequate programs and initiatives which provide support and advocacy for cultural populations, increase the retention of minority students, enhance awareness and appreciation of cultural and racial diversity and promote a campus climate that celebrates difference. We work collaboratively with student organizations, faculty, staff and the community to integrate an appreciation of diversity into the programs and services provided and to enhance the respect for human diversity and individuality that is highlighted in the mission and principal of our university.

Our programming is designed with you in mind. Each person has a unique history, culture and background of experience. As we work to bring events that will expose you to an array of cultures and diversity issues, we hope that you will educate and share your experience with us. You are the essential piece of what we do. We look forward to connecting with you.

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