University Resources for Diversity
Resources across campus are available to graduate students as members of the wider University community.
- Diversity Documentaries
- A series of documentaries on diversity produced by Rackham Graduate School.
- Visit Diversity Documentaries
- Diversity Matters
- Diversity Matters is the gateway to the people and programs that support and advance diversity at the University of Michigan and beyond.
- Visit Diversity Matters
- Expect Respect
- Expect Respect is an educational initiative aimed at supporting a campus climate in which all persons are treated with civility. Community members work together to strengthen the framework of support services for those who have experienced hate crimes or bias incidents.
- Visit Expect Respect
- Intergroup Relations
- A social justice education program, IGR works to promote understanding of intergroup relations inside and outside of the classroom. Multidisciplinary courses offered by IGR are distinguished by their experiential focus, teaching philosophy, and incorporation of dialogical models of communication.
- Visit Intergroup Relations
- Office of Institutional Equity
- Office of Institutional Equity provides programming and services for faculty, staff, students, and management to support diversity, inclusiveness, equal access, equitable treatment, and cultural understanding and competency. The Office provides training and consultation on achieving and supporting diversity in the workplace, on Americans with Disabilities Act issues, and on preventing and resolving discrimination and discriminatory harassment.
- Visit Office of Institutional Equity
- Campus Disability Resource Directory
- Campus Disability Resource Directory provides general accessibility information, as well as information of particular interest to students, faculty and staff, and information about local, state and national disability resources.
- Visit Campus Disability Resource Directory
- Services for Students With Disabilities
- Services for Students With Disabilities provides services to students with visual impairments, learning disabilities, mobility impairments, hearing impairments, chronic health problems and psychological disabilities, so they may enjoy a complete range of academic and non-academic opportunities.
- Visit Services for Students With Disabilities
- Adaptive Technology Computing Services
- Adaptive Technology Computing Services meets the computing and information technology needs of U-M students, faculty and staff with temporary or ongoing physical, visual, learning or ergonomic impairments.
- Visit Adaptive Technology Computing Services
- International LGBT
- International LGBT is a collaboration of the International Center and the Spectrum Center that seeks to consider gender and sexual orientation within an international cultural context both for international students and students going abroad for research, study, work or travel.
- Visit International LGBT
- Spectrum Center
- With sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression as its framework, the Spectrum Center enriches the campus experience and develops students as individuals and as members of communities through student-centered education, outreach, advocacy and support.
- Visit Spectrum Center
Minority and Multicultural
- Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs
- MESA and the William Monroe Trotter Multicultural Center serve as resources of support for diverse student populations by implementing programs that foster intercultural leadership and strengthen community development, seeking to create a campus that is inclusive to all students.
- Visit Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs
- Office of Academic Multicultural Initiatives
- Office of Academic Multicultural Initiatives supports the University’s ongoing commitment to create and foster an intellectually and culturally diverse campus community, and works to develop initiatives that enrich the academic, social, cultural, and personal development of students.
- Visit Office of Academic Multicultural Initiatives
A series of documentaries on diversity produced by Rackham Graduate School.