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Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging

We strive for a campus where greater fairness, care, and belonging are integrated into our learning and workplace practices and all have opportunities to meet their academic and professional goals.

About DEIB

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Across Campus

Our office is committed to fostering diversity, equity, and inclusion practices and policies in classrooms, residence halls, social spaces, offices, laboratories, and every other place at KU where our students, faculty members, and staff live, work, research, and learn.

Get Involved on The Hill

Important Resources

We are committed to helping all Jayhawks get the support they need. Whatever your situation may be, there are resources on campus and in the community to support you.


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Resource Guide

Review a guide is dedicated to informing and educating the KU community about key concepts and terms related to DEIB.
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Safe Zone, Social Justice Fellows, LinkedIn Learning, Whiteness in the Workplace, Diversity EDU
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READ Program

Books can be the key to sparking conversations and dialogue; they help us understand the world and explore possibilities. Join us to Read for Equity and Diversity.
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Past Events

It is important to keep an easily accessible record of the events that have happened on campus for our community to learn from.


Dear Jayhawks,
Published Oct 6

Diversity & Inclusion Events