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Our First Black Students: IUP Pioneers
Our Fight for Civil Rights in Indiana
There’s no more important task than creating a place where all are welcome to learn, work, and live—without fear of racial violence or any other form of oppression.
IUP leadership is committed to taking action and creating meaningful change that makes IUP better for everyone. But everyone in the IUP community has a role to play. Use this site to find out what IUP is doing on issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
When concerning incidents happen, let us know. Report identity-based bias or discrimination; sexual misconduct; student conduct; academic integrity issues; students in crisis; and other incidents of concern.
How we respond to incidents of hate and bias.
IUP has renewed its efforts to address issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion. It’s uncomfortable and messy at times. We don’t always get it right. But we are building on our successes and learning from our mistakes. You’ll see a few of our efforts
below. See the full list at Initiatives: Making Change at IUP.
Training and education for employees and students. Mandatory online training for faculty and staff is currently underway.
Programming on issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion to engage our learning community.
Inclusive recruitment and retention initiatives from across the university.
Groups at IUP charged with making a difference.
Student groups involved with diversity, equity, and inclusion issues at IUP.