The Office for Diversity and Inclusion is responsible for encouraging, developing, administering, and assessing programs and activities that foster a climate that celebrates the diversity of all members of our university community.
We also provide support for individuals from racial, ethnic, religious, and social groups that have been historically underrepresented in institutions of higher education. We are committed to expanding the vision for diversity, training for diversity competencies in both the workplace and learning environment, and coordination of campus diversity events.
We invite you to explore our initiatives, learn about upcoming events, and discover the many diversity programs available on UST’s campus.
American Culture and Difference* is an interdisciplinary minor that offers students a critical perspective on the diversity of "American Culture." Students consider ways in which music, film advertisements, folklore, literature, television, and art shape daily life in the United States, form cultural and national identity, construct racial and ethnic identity, and create a sense of "high" and "low" culture.
Each and every person has unique experiences of the sacred. Mindful of this, Campus Ministry seeks to provide and support the students, staff, and faculty of the university in their respective spiritual journeys.
The mission of Disability Resources at the University of St. Thomas is to make reasonable effort to provide all qualified students with disabilities equal access to all university courses, services, programs, employment and facilities. Our goal is to enable students with disabilities to maximize their educational potential and to develop their independence and self-advocacy skills to the fullest extent possible within the standard university curriculum.
International Student Services strives to provide high quality services to students from around the world.
The Luann Dummer Center for Women addresses the needs and aspirations of women. The Center’s educational programs, activities, and resources are available to students, faculty and staff of the university.
For nearly 30 years, The Forum on Workplace Inclusion® has built an active community of cross-sector leaders who gather to learn and grow through facilitated dialogue, structured networking and experiential learning.
The Student Diversity & Inclusion Services office exists to enhance the campus climate for diversity through programs and initiatives aimed at undergraduate students.