Diversity @ IU East

NEWS: Campus and community asked to share initiatives for IU diversity assessment

Faculty, staff and students are being encouraged to participate in a survey as part of the next step in a university-wide diversity assessment. See press release.

Open through Jan. 12, the survey can be accessed here:

Diversity Efforts Survey »

Learn more about the University-Wide Diversity Assessment Project.

Indiana University East Diversity Mission Statement

Indiana University East is an inclusive and welcoming campus that recognizes, celebrates and embraces differences and commonalities. This includes, but is not limited to, culture, language, ethnicity, race, religion, political opinion, socio-economic status, ability, sex, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, veteran status, age and life experience. We are creating a learning and work environment in which people benefit from interaction with one another. At IU East civil rights and civil liberties set the boundaries for respectful discourse and action. As we build an inclusive campus, Indiana University East will continue to engage in dialogue and commit the time, resources and leadership which will aid the continuous growth of respect for human rights of all peoples and cultures through curricular, co-curricular and administrative activities.

IU East Diversity Learning Objective

"Educated persons should develop the skills to understand, accept, and relate to people of different backgrounds and beliefs. In a pluralistic world one should not be provincial or ignorant of other cultures; one's life is experienced within the context of other races, religions, languages, nationalities and value system."

For more information about Diversity at Indiana University East, please contact the Chief Diversity Officer, Latishea Varnesdeel, at lvarnesd@iue.edu.