Living in a residential community is an exciting and enriching opportunity, and we’re working to see that every student feels at home in a safe, inclusive and welcoming environment. Our residential communities encourage relationship building, personal growth and academic success. Diversity Peer Educators and Multicultural Councils offer support and education to help all students thrive in vibrant and stimulating on-campus communities.
To help promote understanding and maintain a positive and supportive environment within the residential communities, our staff and students present films, lectures, workshops, exhibits and other activities that enhance cultural awareness. Along with staff members who specialize in diversity education, each residential community also has a multicultural or minority-cultural lounge to provide a safe space for underrepresented students and to encourage growth and learning.
If your student organization or department has a mission or vision related to multiculturalism or diversity education and you are interested in partnering with the DPE 40th Anniversary, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. A small amount of funding is available for collaboration.
To talk to a professional staff member in Diversity Education, please contact us.
If you are a current resident looking to contact your Diversity Peer Educator, please visit your community’s Facebook page.
Diversity Education and University Housing have a longstanding tradition of partnering with other University offices, units and departments.
- Program on Inter-Group Relations (IGR)
- Office of Student Conflict Resolution (OSCR)
- Expect Respect
- Growing Allies
- Spectrum Center
- Mulit-Ethnic Student Affairs (MESA) & Trotter Multicultural Center
- International Center
- Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD)
- Association of Religious Counselors (ARC)
- Office of the Ombuds