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The Clarkson Way

Every Clarkson graduate will possess the cultural competency to thrive, excel, and lead in a globally diverse world.

Our Mission

Clarkson University’s goal is to provide a culture that is conducive to engagement and empowerment for all members of our wider campus community. In order to ensure achievement of this mission, Clarkson University is committed to integration of Diversity and Inclusion in every part of our University’s life governance, academics, student experience, leadership, policies, and community relations.

Participate

Open, respectful dialogues, campus-wide events, student organizations and university initiatives cultivate diversity and inclusion at Clarkson. Get involved and help make Clarkson an engaged community that welcomes everyone, everywhere.

Societies and Organizations

Services

Our goal is to create a supportive and inclusive campus that encourages open and respectful dialogue and supports educational and personal success for all of its students. We offer several services and resources to help students navigate the increasingly complex dimensions of diversity and inclusion.

Progress

Clarkson is committed to integrating considerations of diversity and inclusion into all aspects of campus life and to fostering a campus climate that is dynamic, open and receptive to individuals and difference. We are taking major strides toward a better, more inclusive, more dynamic Clarkson community.

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT DIVERSITY - FALL SEMESTER ENROLLMENTS

  •   ASIAN/PACIFIC ISLANDER
  •   BLACK
  •   AMERICAN INDIAN
  •   HISPANIC

Inclusion, Equity, and Non-Discrimination Questions and Concerns

Contact us to find resources and support, report harassment and discrimination, or discuss concerns and solutions.


Non-Discrimination

Committees

The Campus Committee on Climate and Engagement is established under the authority of the President of the University. This committee and any subcommittees address, review, and make recommendations for diversity at an institutional level. Day-to-day concerns should be directed to the appropriate office listed on the nondiscrimination website. The members are a mix of students, staff and faculty.