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Center for Multicultural Excellence

Undergraduate Students

As the University strives for Inclusive Excellence, undergraduate student members of the Pioneer family are invited to engage in activities and programming that harness the Pioneer spirit of valuing and embracing Inclusion to the core.

During Fall Discoveries week, you were introduced to the need to avoid The Danger of a Single Story (full TEDtalk here); and as your time at DU continues, we invite you to take time to get engaged in programming that accentuates all that it means to be a Pioneer for Inclusive Excellence (PIE)!

In the fall of 2015, we opened our NEW Office of Inclusive Excellence Student Success and Leadership Development (IESSLD) in the Driscoll Underground, as an additional, and more convenient, physical space for connecting with us, one another and many of the opportunities and resources described here.

Check out our many Programs & Services menu and these additional opportunities to contribute your stories, to meet others and to gain valuables skills and experiences for living, learning and working in our diverse society:

You can also get involved directly with diversity, inclusion and/or social justice-focused students organizations (see compilation on our Publications page), including members of our Joint Council, and/or with your Undergraduate Student Government (USG) and its Inclusive Excellence initiatives.

Other campus resources

While we do NOT offer scholarships or other financial aid directly through the Center, DU's Office of Financial Aid offers various resources, including an online scholarship search .

The Office of Student Outreach & Support connects students in need of resources to appropriate campus or community services. Student Resources 1-sheet (PDF) | OneStop DU (resources website)

 Transfer students, students with disabilities, international students and veterans also have focused support services, in addition to the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life, for formal and informal faith-related resources.