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Achieving Diversity

The University of Washington is committed to promoting respect for the rights and privileges of others, understanding and appreciation of human differences, and the constructive expression of ideas.

Diversity Statement

The University of Washington values diversity and is committed to promoting . . .

  • Respect for the rights and privileges of others
  • Understanding and appreciation of human differences
  • The constructive expression of ideas

This commitment is supported by the laws and policities discussed on the U.W. Diversity Statement site, violations of which could reslt in legal and/or discplinary actions.

The Diversity at the U.W. site is a compilation of links to papers and reports relating to Diversity policies and planning, plus current resources.

Diversity Resources

University of Washington Diversity Page
University of Washington's home page for campus wide diversity information. Calendar of events and resources for faculty, staff and students.

Graduate Opportunities & Minority Achievement (GO-MAP)
Information, support and resources for minority students seeking graduate study at the UW.

University of Washington Women's Center
Home page for the UW's Women's Center which includes classes, programs and events designed to better the lives of women, men, girls and boys through education and community involvement.

Office of Minority Affairs
A central resource for many of the UW's campus wide diversity outreach, recruitment and retention programs.

Graduate and Professional Student Services
Report on underrepresented minority diversity in graduate and professional school.

Disability Resources for Students

UW Gay Bisexual Lesbian Transgender Commission (BGLTC)

Black Student Union

First Nations at the University of Washington

Foundations for International Understanding Through Students (FIUTS)
The mission of FIUTS is to enhance international understanding and promote cultural exchanges between UW internationals and Americans.

 

 

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