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Diversity and inclusion support resources for UA students and faculty

We want all UA students to feel secure and at home on campus, regardless of race, ethnicity, national origin, gender expression, gender identity, religion, sexual orientation, age, or ability.

Your Librarian

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Jennifer Nichols
Contact:
Main Library 5th Floor
(520) 307-3499

Your Librarian

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Niamh Wallace
Contact:
Main Library A209
(520) 621-4869

Report incidents of bias or hate

Get help immediately. Report hate crimes to the UA Police at 9-1-1 or non-emergency number (520) 621-8273.

Speak out. Report incidents of bias or hate to the Dean of Students’ Office. Reports may be made anonymously. Faculty and staff can use the 24/7 Dean on Call program for help with urgent concerns, or emergency and crisis situations impacting the student community. Report discriminatory conduct to the Office of Institutional Equity.

Be an effective bystander. Learn how to help if you see someone being harassed or respond to everyday bigotry

Connect with campus resources

Find support. Visit UA’s student resource centers to find supportive and inclusive student communities.

Legal support and counseling services are also available to students on campus.

Get involved. Learn about the Office of Diversity and Inclusion's efforts to promote inclusive excellence at the UA. Explore Residence Life’s social justice and inclusion programming.

Stay engaged and informed

Educate yourself. Know your rights

Real or fake? Learn how to evaluate news sources and discern fact from fiction.

Become an ally. Attend a Safe Zone training.

Resources for faculty and instructors

Explore these resources on pedagogy, race, social justice, diversity, and inclusion in the classroom.

UA's Office of Instruction and Assessment offers a tutorial on teaching diverse students.