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Diversity, Inclusion and Outreach

Diversity, Inclusion and Outreach

We provide programs and services that promote diversity education, cultural awareness, and leadership development among students through a variety of progressive and technological outlets.

Our goal is to offer transitional, learning and developmental opportunities through retention and outreach service and innovative initiatives that support the needs of culturally based, traditionally underrepresented and first-generation student populations.

Diversity: We promote diversity, which is expressed in many forms, including race, ethnicity, gender and gender identity, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, language, culture, religion, national origin, age, political affiliation and (dis)ability status and provide a foundation for ongoing intercultural learning.

Inclusion: We commit to having a campus where differences are welcomed, different perspectives are respected and individuals feel a sense of belonging in a fair and inclusive environment.

Outreach: We support student education and campus partnerships aiming to increase student access to valuable resources and services. Our hope is to develop strong relationships with our campus partners and support students well-being.

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Pioneers for Diversity

G-Force students marching in the Golf Cart Parade.

I love being part of G-Force because we make a big difference in our community by helping students achieve dreams of going to college.

SUCCESS student group

Being part of SUCCESS helped me grow as an individual. Believe in yourself! Don't let fear stop you from accomplishing your dreams!

Mariachi band at a diversity event

Diversity and Cultural Celebrations

Student Assistant, Margarita, Business Administration Major

Student Assistant, Margarita, Business Administration Major

TWU students enjoying visual forms and getting a history lesson at the African American Museum of Dallas.

TWU students enjoying visual forms and getting a history lesson at the African American Museum of Dallas.