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Offices across campus are committed to ensuring a diverse, equitable and inclusive learning and working environment at Princeton. Explore the latest updates below to learn how the University is undertaking far-reaching initiatives to better its campus community.
Explore Our Diverse Community
New Partnerships, Programs and Positions Are Part of Princeton’s Ongoing Commitment to Combat Systemic Racism
An innovative research partnership with the United Negro College Fund and historically Black colleges and universities, the creation of the Effron Center for the Study of America, which embraces diverse and inclusive perspectives on what it means to be American, and a new vice dean position focused on faculty diversity are among Princeton’s many recent initiatives to address systemic racism.
‘See the Hope Through the Darkness’: Our Year of the Tiger Series Continues With Yibin Kang
The Year of the Tiger that launched with this Lunar New Year is a moment of pride and reflection for Princeton’s vibrant Asian and Asian American community.
New Scholarly Database Documents the Rise in Publicly Identifying LGBTQI+ Elected Officials Across the Globe
A newly opened database launched by researchers at the School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton shows the dramatic rise in the number of self-identifying LGBTQI+ people serving in public office around the world since the mid-1970s.
ASL and Deaf Culture Classes Are Part of an Expanded Focus on Disability and Accessibility
Students in Daniel Maier’s American Sign Language 102 course are among the first cohort able to fulfill their Princeton language requirement with American Sign Language, which is now the basis of five ASL courses at the University. Princeton also offers the class “American Deaf Culture.”
Imani Perry’s Selections for Black History Month, Plus University Events and Resources for Learning and Discovery
Imani Perry’s new book “South to America: A Journey Below the Mason-Dixon to Understand the Soul of a Nation” debuted at No. 6 on The New York Times nonfiction bestseller list.
Princeton Recognizes 50 Years of Community and Inclusion
As Princeton opened its doors to women and greater numbers of underrepresented students in the late 1960s and early 1970s, there was a clamoring for spaces where those students could gather for support and strength.
Princeton Joins National Celebration of First-generation College Students
“Being a first-generation, low-income student at Princeton means being part of a family, one which supports you and actively works for your success. It means being part of the most welcoming, diverse, kind and steadfast community that I have ever known.” - Sabrina Fay '21
Princeton University has launched a series of initiatives to create a more diverse, safe and accessible campus, and to develop and promote a more inclusive culture. We are committed to recruiting, retaining and supporting a diverse community of students, faculty and staff.