Resources for IU Community Amid Conflict in the Middle East

It's important to recognize the historical and contemporary conflicts in Israel and Palestine and the impact on our IU community members who share personal connections. IU is committed to supporting those in need during this profoundly difficult time with a collection of well-being and safety resources.

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Diversity by the Numbers

See firsthand the progress that OVPDEI has made at Indiana University in our 2022-23 annual report. Explore the story of diversity and inclusion at IU through university-wide data, executive summaries and the stories of the students, faculty, and staff making a difference on all of our campuses.

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Acknowledging Native Space

Indiana University wishes to acknowledge and honor the indigenous communities native to this region, and recognize that Indiana University – Bloomington was built on indigenous homelands and resources. Indiana University recognizes the Miami, Delaware, Potawatomi, and Shawnee people as past, present, and future caretakers of this land. We are proud to support Native students in their pursuit of community and success at Indiana University.

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Excelling in Diversity

The 2023 Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Awardees have been announced! The IU Bloomington and IU Indianapolis campuses received the award, as they have a number of times before. It is the only national award honoring U.S. colleges and universities that demonstrate a strong commitment to diversity and inclusion through their innovative programs and outreach; hiring practices for faculty and staff; and student recruitment, retention, and completion. In addition, for the seventh year, IU Bloomington has also been named a Diversity Champion, INSIGHT Into Diversity’s highest distinction.

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A Welcoming Campus

Campus Pride, a national nonprofit network of student leaders and campus groups devoted to improving college life for lesbian, bisexual, gay, transgender, and queer students across the U.S., named IU Bloomington in its 2023 list of top LBGTQ-friendly colleges, an accolade the campus received for the ninth time.

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Kevin Phan

"For this research study, I’m looking at LGBTQ+ and Asian American men and the intersectionality between those two."


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María González-Díaz

"If you come from Latinx backgrounds and feel lost or whatever, you can go there [La Casa] to reclaim yourself and find people with whom you can relate."

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Johnnie Allen Jr.

"A lot of what I’ll be doing there is programming, specifically awareness of certain illnesses or health topics, and different things concerning different people like Black, Asian and Pacific Islander people, or LGBTQ+."

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Mark Jallayu, IU Southeast Student Government Association President

Diversity and multiculturalism show the true strength of a campus. In order to tackle broader issues facing us, we must bring together and reconcile our differences, and tap into the wealth of our diversity.

Mark Jallayu, IU Southeast Student Government Association President