We collaborate with other diversity offices on programs, events and initiatives to advance equity and inclusion across the institution.
The Graduate SchoolThe Graduate School promotes a transformative educational experience for graduate students and postdoctoral trainees at Northwestern University. The Graduate School’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion (ODI) focuses on the recruitment and support of underrepresented populations to foster an inclusive environment and facilitate community engagement. We are committed to the personal and intellectual growth of our diverse student population.
Pritzker School of LawThe mission of the Pritzker School of Law Office of Inclusion & Engagement is twofold. First, the office seeks to provide support and guidance for diverse students, staff, and faculty. Second, the office seeks to create a diverse and inclusive Law School community that not only attracts and retains diverse students, staff, and faculty, but also maintains an intellectually rigorous environment in which diverse viewpoints are explored, shared and debated.
Searle Center for Advancing Teaching and Learning
The backgrounds, experiences, and worldviews of the students, faculty, and staff at Northwestern University are becoming increasingly diverse, reflecting the shift in sociodemographics in the broader society. At the Searle Center for Advancing Learning and Teaching, we support university-wide diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives, particularly those that relate to cultivating inclusive learning environments in which students from all backgrounds can succeed.
Medill School of Journalism, Media, Integrated Marketing CommunicationsMedill is a leader in education and research in both journalism and integrated marketing communications. Our innovative teaching and research focus on enduring skills and values as well as new techniques and technologies that are changing the way stories are told and consumed in today's digital world.
InclusiveNUNorthwestern is committed to and has worked consistently toward diversity and inclusion on our campuses. Ongoing efforts to address these important values have been a priority for the University. We realize it takes each and every one of us to contribute toward a more inclusive environment. The administration welcomes constructive dialogue with students, staff and faculty that advances us in this important area. Read more at the Inclusive Northwestern website.
Office of EquityThe Office of Equity works to create a culture of access, belonging and accountability for all Northwestern community members. That includes supporting those impacted by discrimination or harassment and providing reasonable accommodations to individuals with disabilities.
Feinberg School of MedicineNorthwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine is a place where all individuals embrace their identities, find belongingness and strive to promote health equity, social justice, and advocacy. Our strategic efforts target recruitment, education, and partnerships with the goal of building diverse and exceptional talent in scholarship, clinical care, leadership and community engagement.
Campus Inclusion & CommunityThe mission of Campus Inclusion and Community is to work collaboratively with the university community to cultivate inclusive learning environments through the intentional engagement with difference.
Kellogg School of ManagementAt Kellogg, we share an unshakable commitment to creating and maintaining a diverse and inclusive environment. This ecosystem encourages and upholds distinct voices and varying perspectives from every background and society. It also prepares students to wisely lead global organizations and influence how complex problems are solved.
Alumni Relations and DevelopmentAlumni Relations and Development (ARD) is dedicated to advancing the mission of the University as a premier research and teaching institution. Guided by the University’s strategic priorities, ARD nurtures lifelong, mutually beneficial relationships with alumni, parents, friends, and organizations that result in volunteer engagement and philanthropic support.
AccessibleNUAccessibleNU (ANU) is the center that oversees implementation of academic and programmatic accommodations for students with disabilities. Through ANU, students can make arrangements for testing accommodations, books in alternate format, assistive technology, Sign Language interpreting, and other accommodations as determined appropriate through the interactive process.
Bienen School of MusicBienen School faculty, staff and administrators are committed to advancing change to help combat racism in the field of classical music. Through ongoing diversity initiatives, the school aims to not only address its mission of training the next generation of musicians but also serve and educate its public audiences.