CU Boulder is growing the social, cultural, professional, academic networking and supports for people who are underrepresented on campus. This is page is a work-in-progress as the student, staff, faculty, educator and researcher community on campus begin to crowdsource supports that exist on campus, but are not easily found.
Here is a short list of places to get you started, when looking for networking and community opportunities.
- Pride Office creates programming and space where LGBTQ+ students, staff and faculty can come together and create a community where they feel safe, supported, and able to find connections with others who identify in similar ways.
- First Generation Scholars Program provides first-generation students with innovative programming that amplifies their diverse voices and builds community at CU Boulder.
- The center offers trainings and workshops that facilitate the understanding of best practices that lead to inclusive learning and work environments at CU Boulder. Areas of focus include gender and sexual diversity, race and colorism, and intersectionality.
BIPOC Community Meetups
Faculty of Color Email List
- Information on how to join to come.
We gratefully acknowledge the Institute of Cognitive Science for providing some of these resources.