Communities of Color

Campus Resources for Communities of Color

Our office celebrates the unique differences and experiences of every student. And within this, we know your career needs are just as unique. We encourage you to explore the various resources on campus and off campus that may offer specific support as you pursue your career path.

Campus Resource Purpose Contact
Campus Diversity & Inclusion Provides students of color and their allies with valuable resources to foster an inclusive experience. Peter Tupou
Multicultural Center An inclusive space where students of color from diverse backgrounds can meet, plan events, and more. Peter Tupou
Native Student Programs Offers direct support and resources to Native students. Nora Pulskamp
Office of Equity & Title IX Oversees access to formal complaint processes and alternative resolutions in regards to discrimination and harassment within the legal scope of Title IX and more. Brent Geraty

Featured Articles

These 5 Local Black Artists Deserve Your Wall Space

With museums closed to the public and the amount of time we’re spending in our homes, we’re seeking out ways to convert our living spaces to become their own galleries. And since this makes us curators, we’re seeking to offer …

By Thomas Guzowski, U of R Employee
Thomas Guzowski, U of R Employee Assistant Director of Marketing
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4 Tips for Searching for Companies that Focus on Diversity and Inclusion

Everyone’s heard the phrase “diversity and inclusion” (“D&I” for short), but what does it really mean? Why is it so important? And how do you find companies that prioritize it?

In honor of Black History Month, below are the answers to …

By Sarah Candin - Firsthand
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Top 10 Nonprofits in the I.E. Committed to Black Lives

A job can be so much more than clocking in, collecting a paycheck, and waiting for the weekend to arrive–it can be a way to build purpose. Since racism has been officially declared in San Bernardino as a public health …

By Thomas Guzowski, U of R Employee
Thomas Guzowski, U of R Employee Assistant Director of Marketing
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