Campus Resources

Northwestern University and AccessibleNU are committed to providing a supportive and challenging environment for all undergraduate, graduate, professional school, and continuing studies students with disabilities who attend the University.  Additionally, the University and AccessibleNU work to provide students with disabilities a learning and community environment that affords them full participation, equal access, and reasonable accommodation of their disabilities.

Business Diversity Program
The University is committed to developing mutually beneficial relationships with small, minority-owned, women-owned, disadvantaged, veteran-owned, HUBzone, and local business enterprises. The Supplier Diversity Program is Northwestern's initiative to create opportunities for vendors to market their products to the University and to encourage University departments and schools to offer opportunities to such vendors.

Center for Awareness, Response & Education
Central location for students, survivors, or friends of survivors to seek survivor-centered, trauma-informed support services and advocacy regarding sexual misconduct. Advocacy Services include (but are not limited to): help obtaining academic, housing, or other accommodations from the University; counseling referrals; information about sexual health concerns; information about reporting options; referrals for medical and/or legal advocacy.

Department of Campus Inclusion and Community (RespectNU)
The mission of the Department of Campus Inclusion and Community is to work collaboratively with the entire university community to create opportunities for dialogue, experiential learning, leadership development, multicultural education, social justice training, and advocacy aimed at fostering an inclusive learning environment for all students.

Feinberg School of Medicine Office of Diversity and Inclusion
We work with Feinberg students, residents, staff and faculty to further our mission of achieving a campus environment of belonging and inclusion for all.

The Graduate School Office of Diversity and Inclusion
The mission of the Graduate School Office of Diversity and Inclusion is to enhance the quality of life for all graduate students through the sponsorship of academic and social activities.

Gender and Sexuality Resource Center
The gender and Sexuality Resource Center works to provide a safe space and act as hub for organizations, resources, services, and programs of interest to the LGBT and Allied community at Northwestern.

International Office
Our goal is to help the international students, scholars, and Northwestern faculty and staff, navigate the many complexities associated with student- and employment-based visa classifications within the Northwestern community. 

Kellogg School of Management Office of Diversity and Inclusion
Our faculty, students and administrators find boundless opportunities to interact with peers from around the world and every imaginable background. They learn from each other in classrooms and seminars, through meetings, club activities, conferences, and on global study trips. They forge lifelong bonds with others who share their intellectual curiosity and their desire to make a meaningful difference.

Multicultural Student Affairs
Multicultural Student Affairs is committed to fostering an inclusive environment that promotes identity development, intercultural exchange, academic excellence, and leadership.

Office of Equal Opportunity & Access
The Office of Equal Opportunity and Access provides leadership and resources that promote the University’s commitment to diversity, inclusion and accessibility.

Pritzker School of Law Office of Diversity Education and Outreach
The mission of the Office of Diversity Education and Outreach is to offer support and guidance for minority students as they meet the challenges of becoming lawyers. Through outreach targeted to every phase of law school and career -- from applying for admission to joining alumni networks -- the Office of Diversity Education and Outreach develops, supports, and maintains the interrelationships that foster student achievement and produce satisfied graduates. 

Religious Life
The primary mission of the Office of the University Chaplains is to promote spiritual growth and nurture at Northwestern University. Spiritual maturity is enhanced by critical dialogue and partaking in a community with members of one's own tradition and through encounter with differing traditions.

Sexual Harassment Prevention Office
The Sexual Harassment Prevention Office publishes and distributes the University's sexual harassment policy and related procedures; educates members of the Northwestern community about sexual harassment and the University's policies; investigates complaints of violations of the University's harassment policies, and works with other relevant offices to resolve harassment complaints.

Social Justice Education
Social Justice Education (SJE) creates co-curricular educational opportunities in partnership with our student community that foster self-exploration, facilitate conversations across difference and support actions that create social change on campus.

Student Enrichment Services
Student Enrichment Services (SES) works with low-income and/or first-generation students to enhance their academic success, personal development, and professional growth. Through campus-wide partnerships, SES builds an inclusive Northwestern community by engaging students and their allies with programming and dialogue around the low-income and/or first-generation experience. 

Veteran Resources
Northwestern is committed to serving individuals that served their country. Student veterans can view available resources on the Student Veterans' Resources website. Veterans seeking employment at Northwestern can visit the Human Resources website for resources and guidance. 

The Women's Center
The Northwestern University Women's Center is dedicated to fostering a campus climate that promotes equity and enriches the personal, professional and academic lives of all members of the University community, particularly women students, staff and faculty.