Diversity, equity, inclusion and social justice are important values at Auburn University
Auburn University will proactively work to eliminate barriers facing underrepresented community members and commit to sustaining and supporting diversity in all its forms including those based on life experience, gender, sex, nationality, race, identity, ethnicity, age, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender expression, gender identity, socioeconomic status, veteran status, disability, neurodiversity, and religion. Auburn will actively cultivate a community where all members are valued, respected and can thrive personally and professionally. Auburn will invest substantial resources to increase the number of underrepresented groups in all facets of the University to include staff, students, faculty, vendors, partners and those who offer voluntary service.
Auburn will measure its commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion and social justice through ongoing assessment and evaluation of activities and individual and collective actions as reflected in practices, procedures, programs, relationships, behaviors and campus culture.
Tiger Takeoff is an educational recruitment conference for rising seniors (high-school class of 2025) from Alabama. This conference is open to all students with a focus on students from underrepresented populations as well as prospective first-generation college students. The 2024 experience will be hosted at Auburn University's main campus from Thursday, July 18th to Saturday, July 20th, 2024.
The Office of Inclusion and Diversity supports the mission, values, academic endeavors, and strategic priorities of Auburn University by empowering diversity, fostering partnerships, increasing access, and enriching the learning, living, and working environments for all. Mission-driven and data-informed strategy, practices, and consultation are foundational to diversity, equity, and inclusion at Auburn University.
The Office of Inclusion and Diversity advances initiatives that sustain and supports diversity in all its forms for all members of the Auburn Family.
The Office of Inclusion and Diversity fosters belonging through active inclusion by fostering an environment where all members are valued, respected, and can thrive.
The Office of Inclusion and Diversity advances Auburn University’s pursuit of excellence through equity-minded and data-informed initiatives to ensure all members of the community have access and support to achieve their goals.
Walter Hood is undertaking a project with The Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art at Auburn University for a new exhibition. The artist debuts 10 biographical paintings through July 7, in “Arc of Life/Ark of Bones.” The installation also includes an outdoor sculpture proposal and a full-scale model.
February 20, 2024
Harrison College of Pharmacy students Kiaira Anderson and Maia Singleton are working together to build a program that helps adolescent females in underserved areas to grow in the maturation of society and developments in life that align with improving social-emotional skills as part of their Schweitzer Fellowship project.
February 20, 2024