Resources from the College
The College provides numerous resources in support of our diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging mission. Learn more of about our current initiatives below.
For a closer look at DEIB KU-wide, be sure to check out KU's Office of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging website for campus resources, initiatives and more.
Jayhawk First LookJayhawk First Look is a community outreach program providing high school and community college students with opportunities to learn about next-steps in a four-year university application process.
Digital DEIB MapThis resource is a dynamic, digital map providing access to places at KU that offer support, programming, and professional development for all things DEIB.
- The Graduate Student of Color Network: The Graduate Student of Color Network is an academically supported cohort of graduate students across the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences. This distinctive network allows graduate students of color to be seen, heard and supported in their units through specific programming, social events, and academic development.
- KU College DEIB Development Fund:The College DEIB office will provide funding (fall and spring) up to $500 for research (books, other materials), travel, conference fees, or training opportunities for students, staff and faculty who serve the College to increase their personal fluency in discourses of diversity, equity and inclusion. Faculty members not presenting at a conference but accepted as a participant for research development are eligible. Students, staff and faculty must apply directly to the Equity Advisor, Nick Syrett (firstname.lastname@example.org) in the College. Applications must include a link to the conference or training, and a brief abstract detailing how the opportunity to learn will increase campus equity, inclusive mentoring and unit support. See the DEIB Development Fund Application.
- Speak Out Funding: The College DEIB offers supplemental support to departments, units and centers in the College that are strategically program-planning through inclusive, equitable and diverse perspectives.