Campus and External Resources
- College for Human Social & Behavioral Sciences
- Cultural and Global Studies
- Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning
- Foreign Language and Literature
- Multicultural Academic Student Services
- Native American Programs Office
- Office for Institutional Diversity
- LGBTQ Services
- Libraries--Diversity Resource Project
- Registered Student Organizations
- Philosophy & Religion Department
- Women's & Gender Studies
AAC&U has provided national leadership on the issue of diversity in higher education since 1971. AAC&U's current work in this area focuses primarily on deploying diversity as an educational asset for all students, and preparing future graduates for socially responsible engagement in a diverse democracy and interdependent world. Both are key elements of a quality liberal education. AAC&U has created a community of institutions committed to making diversity an integral part of educational excellence and civic engagement.
As one of the nation's leading providers of anti-bias education resources, we reach hundreds of thousands of educators and millions of students annually through our award-winning "Teaching Tolerance" magazine, multimedia teaching kits, online curricula, professional development resources like our Teaching Diverse Students Initiative and special projects like Mix It Up at Lunch Day. These materials are provided to educators at no cost.
- CMU African-American Alumni Constituent Chapter: Lynn Garrett
- World's major religions and their major holy days, including links to other religious sites
The Human Rights Committee (HRC) was established in 2008 by the Isabella County Board of Commissioners. Its purpose is to review and recommend action on issues and concerns related to Human Rights.