Over 1,300 self-identified students of color graduated this May. Congratulations to all of those for the perseverance and academic excellence demonstrated to fulfill graduation requirements.
The Office for Equity and Diversity fosters a number of scholarships that help students pursue their goals of completing a degree. This video features five of these amazing scholars talking about their academic goals and what the scholarships mean to them.Watch the video»
How does this professor from New York City think diversity benefits Utah students? Find out in this video with education professor Dr. Laurence Parker. He reflects on a journey that spans academia, students, friends, local culture and skiing.
The University of Utah's campus-wide diversity initiatives contribute to a richer overall campus climate, attract academic and professional talent, and strengthen the U's ability to educate the next generation of leaders in an increasingly complex and heterogeneous society.
The Office for Equity and Diversity supports the success and achievement of faculty, students and staff who self-identify as African-American, Latina/o or Chicana/o, Asian-American, Pacific Islander, American-Indian, and members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities.