In order to chart a successful course for the campus on diversity, inclusion and institutional excellence, CU-Boulder will develop the Diversity, Inclusion and Academic Excellence Plan.
The Office of Diversity, Equity, and Community Engagement works to achieve the University's commitment to inclusive excellence and uphold it as a priority across the campus. The office fosters CU-Boulder's vision for a diverse campus climate and works with students, faculty, and staff to implement the campus diversity plan. Programs and activities are sponsored by ODECE to engage the campus and community members in valuing our common experiences and celebrating our differences.
Human diversity includes, but is not limited to ethnicity, race, gender, age, socio-economic status, sexual orientation, religion, disability, political viewpoints, veteran status, gender identity or expression, and health status.
CU-Boulder embraces the involvement of every student, staff, and faculty member, recognizing that a truly diverse community includes individuals from a range of ethnic, regional, cultural, economic, and religious backgrounds—as well as first-generation students, persons with disabilities, students who are parents, people of different sexual and gender orientations, people of different ages and political viewpoints, and many others.
The Office of Diversity, Equity, and Community Engagement leads CU-Boulder's diversity efforts. The office fosters our vision for a diverse campus climate and works with students, faculty, and staff to implement the campus diversity plan.
The Spring Summit featured 22 sessions that emphasized intergroup dialogues, caucuses hosted by the Chancellor’s Advisory Committees, contemporary teach-ins, and inclusive excellence facilitations. The goal of the Spring Summit was to deepen dialogues for achieving continuous social change. See the Spring Summit Schedule.