That’s why you'll find an environment of inclusion and diversity, providing opportunity for anyone and everyone who seek it. We also work to educate members of the University about their rights and responsibilities with regard to how they are treated and how they treat others.
Our commitment to diversity and inclusion is rooted in the belief that an education informed by multiple points of view, life experiences, ethnicities, cultures, and belief systems is essential to academic excellence.
Syracuse University is an inclusive community. We seek to provide equal educational opportunities for all, including those with disabilities. Our varied services not only accommodate individuals with disabilities, but also recognize their potential to excel in the Syracuse environment.
Diversity is something we not only foster, but celebrate. At the LGBTQ Resource Center, and at Syracuse University as a whole, we learn from and lean on each other.
The Women in Leadership Initiative at Syracuse University seeks to catalyze the personal and collective advancement of women on campus. They host an array of professional development opportunities customized to the needs of faculty and staff.
As an international student, you can turn to the Center’s warm and knowledgeable staff for help in preparing to come to campus, navigating your new home, and getting accustomed to life in the United States.
STOP Bias is a Universitywide effort managed by the Division of Enrollment and the Student Experience. It provides the campus community with resources focused on bias education and prevention.
The Office of Multicultural Affairs provides the necessary support and guidance needed to encourage students to become members of a community respectful of difference.
Syracuse University established the Disability Cultural Center to coordinate campus-wide social, educational, and cultural activities on disability issues for students, faculty, staff, and community members with and without disabilities.
Hendricks Chapel is home to all religious and spiritual groups on campus. These groups span a wide diversity of religious traditions and spiritual interests. Participation is open to all students.
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EOIRS works with students, faculty, and staff, to foster a climate of inclusion, access, and opportunity.
CDR engages the University community to empower students, enhance equity, and provide a platform for innovation and inclusion.