Resources for Students
Studying Diversity at the UW
Diversity is a term that encompasses human differences in race, gender, class, sexuality, religion, disability, age, nationality and ethnicity. At the University of Washington, we believe that learning about diversity is a central part of your undergraduate education. In lieu of requiring a single course on diversity that all students take, departments across campus offer over 400 courses taught year-round that provide interesting opportunities to broaden and deepen your understanding of the varied histories, societies, political structures, literatures, arts and cultures of the U.S. and the world.
Study guide listing UW courses that develop diversity knowledge and competencies (pdf). Links to 2007 booklet, new edition forthcoming.
Introduction to the UW Diversity Minor including requirements and a list of courses.
An online study guide for The Devil's Highway featuring an interactive map, glossary, and conversation with the author, plus links to additional web resources.