Embracing Differences Drives Creativity
We’re committed to building a collegial and inclusive culture in the College of Engineering — one that reflects our diverse world.
At Engineering Faculty Advancement, we define diversity broadly. We are commitment to a global view of diversity as an important element in ensuring that our teaching remains connected to real-world problems, our research remains relevant and cutting-edge and our social composition includes a variety of voices, thoughts, ideas and opinions.
College of Engineering Diversity Resources
Minority Engineering Programs
MEP is a resource for African-American, Native-American and Hispanic students who want to become engineers or computer scientists.
Women in Engineering
Women in Engineering coordinates, educates and sponsors a variety of programs for women, including peer and professional mentoring programs and social and informative events.
The Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity
OIED offers comprehensive initiatives and activities crucial to building a campus community that fosters demographic and intellectual diversity.
Other University Diversity Resources
College of Natural Resources Community of Diversity
True diversity is allowing yourself to be open to difference, having an intellectual understanding of the importance of diversity and a true feeling of its importance.
CALS Office of Diversity Affairs
This office is responsible for implementing successful diversity and inclusion programs and initiatives within the College and with our University cohorts on institutional campus efforts.
College of Humanities and Social Sciences Office of Diversity
The college is dedicated to diversity — we champion diversity through scholarship, community and stewardship. We want all our students to see themselves where they can flourish and make a difference.
College of Textile Diversity
The College of Textiles is committed to breaking down existing barriers and creating an open-minded atmosphere that will increase intercultural, inter-racial and interdisciplinary awareness of each student, staff and faculty member through the education of different values, beliefs and experiences.
College of Veterinary Medicine Office of Diversity
Inclusion and diversity are essential aspects of excellence not only for their intrinsic value but also vital to meet the needs of a changing population.
College of Education Diversity
The College of Education seeks to provide our students with opportunities to explore their heritage, celebrate their cultural differences and similarities, and engage in open discussion about the diverse world.
Poole College of Management Office of Undergraduate Programs
Our graduates will leave Poole College able to foster and facilitate an environment of inclusivity and positive inter-cultural communication and interaction, especially in the context of today’s global business world.
NCCE Commitment to Diversity
North Carolina Cooperative Extension is committed to the value of diversity within our respective partner organizations and to the provision of equal opportunity and non-discrimination in all employment for our staff and to all citizens seeking to participate in our programs.
College of Design Student Services
The Student Services Office serves as a point of contact for students. Recruitment, admissions, retention and outreach programs all fall under the Student Services umbrella.
College of Sciences Diversity
The Office of Diversity and Student Services enhances the student experience for all sciences majors and promotes the recruitment, retention and graduation traditionally underrepresented in the sciences.
The Graduate School Initiative for Maximizing Student Diversity
This program seeks to promote and achieve a diverse biomedical and behavioral science workforce and recognizes the importance of effectively advancing knowledge and creating innovative technologies and treatments.
NC State staff members know they are a critical force for everyone - feeling welcome and included within the University. People who feel welcome and included are more likely to be successful and productive, maximizing their potential for fulfilling their critical roles.