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“To navigate successfully an increasing diverse and global workplace and society, it is essential that our students be exposed to the broad range of perspectives that can only be achieved through a diverse student body. Moreover, the value of diverse perspectives is not limited to one campus, nor to one side of the podium. Students must also be exposed to a diverse faculty and professional staff, who act as teachers and role models.” —IU’s 17th president Adam Herbert and current President Michael A. McRobbie, in a statement released June 6, 2007

IU has many resources university-wide that demonstrate this commitment to diversity, including scholarship programs, cultural centers, and academic departments. In addition, IU Bloomington plans to double enrollment of underrepresented minorities by 2013. This goal will soon extend to all IU campuses and to faculty and staff recruitment as well.

Explore the links below to find out more about IU’s diversity resources.

University-Wide

Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Multicultural Affairs

IU Bloomington

21st Century Scholars Program
African American Arts Institute
Asian Culture Center
Department of African American and African Diaspora Studies
Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CLACS)
Diversity Education
First Nations at IU
Gender Studies
Groups Student Support Services
Hudson & Holland Scholars Programs
La Casa Latino Cultural Center
Latino Alumni Association
Latino Studies Program
Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center
Neal-Marshall Alumni Club
Office of Affirmative Action
Office of Community and School Partnerships
Office for Women’s Affairs

IUPUI

Africana Studies
Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Office of Equal Opportunity
Division of Student Life
Women’s Studies Program

IU East

21st Century Scholars Program
Campus Life (see Special Interests Groups)
Office of Affirmative Action
Women’s and Gender Studies

Indiana University—Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW)

Office of Equal Opportunity Employment and Affirmative Action

IU Kokomo

Office of Affirmative Action

IU Northwest

Affirmative Action
Center for Urban and Regional Excellence
Office of Diversity Programming
Office of Multicultural Affairs

IU South Bend

Affirmative Action Office
Office of Campus Diversity

IU Southeast

Diversity Coalition
Office of Equity and Diversity

 
"It is time for parents to teach young people early on that in diversity there is beauty and there is strength." —Maya Angelou
Visit the IU display in Indianapolis at Indiana Black Expo July 8-18, 2010, booth 217.
Commited to Diversity: Learn about diversity initiatives and resources at IU.