The theme of this year’s celebration is “Facing Racism: Our Responsibility to Act.”
From the annual Pow-Wow to concerts and art openings, November is the month to celebrate Native culture.
All members of the campus community can have a voice on how to designate gender-inclusive single-stall facilities.
All sessions, Sept. 23-25, are free to attend and focus on trends in diversity in higher education.
This year's free sessions focus on diversity in higher education, Sept. 23-25, in the Lory Student Center.
The Office of the Vice President for Diversity will host the 15th annual Diversity Symposium Sept. 23-25 in the Lory Student Center, and is now accepting session proposals for the symposium.
The Multicultural Undergraduate Research Art and Leadership Symposium honored six students for excellence in scholarship.
Thirty years ago, CSU became the first university in the country to offer scholarships to first generation students. Today, that program - and its legacy - lives on.