Building community and improving campus climate
Embracing and advancing
diversity is an institutional value and academic priority.
The Student Portal
Faculty & Staff
Equity and Inclusion Team
Interim Vice Provost
- Michael L. Vaughan serves as Vice Provost for Diversity and Inclusion and is a senior adviser to the President and Provost on matters of diversity and collaborates with campus leaders and others on initiatives designed to support UD’s diversity effort.
Center for Black Culture
- The Center for Black Culture is part of the Office of Institutional Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion which contributes and facilitates critical learning and development within healthy, inclusive and supportive communities so that all students may thrive at UD and beyond.
Division of Student Life
- We are deeply committed to bringing the University’s value of diversity and inclusion to action. Here, you can explore diversity and inclusion related programming, advocacy, services and support resources that are available throughout Student Life.
Disability Support Services
- The University of Delaware is committed to providing access to its academic experience, employment opportunities, programs and activities for all individuals with disabilities.
Equity and Inclusion
- Providing leadership and support in creating an equitable, diverse and inclusive working and learning environment for all in our community.
Equity and Inclusion
“To move forward, we must continue to embrace this university’s commitment to a diverse campus that reflects the cultures, views, experiences, hopes and dreams of our society as a whole. Each of us—with our unique talents and perspectives—is an essential part of what makes this University so vital and vibrant.”
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