Campus Resources

Here we offer links to campus programs committed to diversity and inclusion across the university community, including staff, students, and faculty in a variety of roles. * indicates funding support

UW’s Diversity Main page: Primary webpage at the UW promoting diversity. Include links to many other diversity-related programs at the UW.

*Center for Experiential Learning and Diversity Programs to support undergrad education. Funding opportunities, resources and events.

*Go-MAP: The Graduate Opportunities and Minority Achievement Program,  programs supporting students of color and students from other underrepresented groups.

*GPSS Diversity Funding: Funds for Registered Student Organizations and Departments working on diversity at the UW Campus

*McNair Program: Prepares first generation college student and undergraduates from under-represented groups for doctoral study through involvement in research and scholarly activities.

*Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity: Mentoring and financial aid, new student orientation services, academic advising, instructional support.

*Samuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center: Coordinates and develops minority educational programs on navigating the University and its resources.

*Student Parents Resource Center: Resources and financial support for student-parents, child care services.

*UW Center for Multicultural Education: College of Education.  Research on race/diversity. Events & programs on diversity and equity.

*UW D Center: Resources and support for disabled and deaf students. Interpreter requests, events.

College of Arts & Sciences Diversity Minor: Offers courses on Diversity Minor and provides links to resources on different aspects of diversity.

Disability Resources for Students: Disability Resources for Students (DRS) recognizes disability as an aspect of diversity that is integral to society and to our campus community. DRS serves as a partner in fostering an inclusive and equitable environment for all University of Washington students.

Disability Studies at the University of Washington: Undergrad minor. Language, research, policy supporting disability community.

Diversity Research Institute: The UW Diversity Research Institute (DRI), focuses on generating new, interdisciplinary knowledge about diversity, social justice, and institutional transformation.

GPSS Diversity Forums: Discussions about diversity at the UW throughout the year, open to any students, faculty and staff that are working on diversity efforts at the UW.

GPSS Student Parents Association: Caregiver directory, on and off-campus resources and referrals for student parents.

IDEA Center: Activities and training on intergroup dialogue (a social justice approach that foregrounds societal power relations of domination- subordination and creative possibilities for engaging with and across differences).

International Student Office: Advising on visa and immigration, academics, housing, taxes and general student life for international students, funding support for International Students.

Native Life and Tribal Relations: Seeks to centralize the Native-focused resources available on the University of Washington’s campus in Seattle.

Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity: Gateway to variety of undergraduate and graduate diversity support and resource programs.

Q Center: Facilitates a “brave, affirming, liberatory, and celebratory environment for students, faculty, staff, and alumni of all sexual and gender orientation, identities, and expressions.”

UW Dream Project: Leadership/educational support for high school students. Engages undergrads, page includes teaching resources.

Women’s Center: Promotes gender equity and social justice on campus and in the larger community.

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