Our goal is to generate conversations and processes that over time create greater clarity, transparency, trust, cooperation, consensus, respect, and measurable outcomes. Practices that support this goal include listening, cultivating a growth mindset, respecting those with different views, being informed by data, and understanding that the work is ongoing, collaborative, organic, and ever evolving.
Reginald H. Miles named Interim Vice President for Equity and InclusionRead More
A Q&A with author Sarah Warren ’99
Sarah Warren ’99 is dedicated to writing books that provide young readers with a powerful lesson: ordinary people can do extraordinary things.Read More
Title IX Turns 50
As the landmark law prohibiting sex-based discrimination hit the half-century mark this June, St. Olaf women reflected on the progress made — and the work that still remains.Read More
The 2022-23 George Floyd Fellows
The Taylor Center for Equity and Inclusion has named A.D Banse ’23, Jordan Embry ’23, and Ruhama Solomon ’24 and as the 2022-23 recipients of the George Floyd Fellowship for Social Change.Read More
WHILE WE HAVE SEEN SUCCESS IN DIVERSIFYING OUR CAMPUS …
2018 : 20% of students were BIPOC | 2022: 22% of students are BIPOC*
*10th Day Fall Census
2018: 12% of faculty and staff were BIPOC | 2022: 15% of faculty and staff are BIPOC*
… WE STILL HAVE WORK TO DO SO THAT EVERYONE FEELS THAT THEY ARE PART OF OUR COMMUNITY
56% of first-year BIPOC students compared to 72% of
all first-years …*
57% of senior BIPOC students compared to 73% of all seniors …*
… agree or strongly agree that they feel like part of the community.
*Data from the 2021 National Survey of Student Engagement
diversity, equity, and inclusion dashboards ➤
To see more data about diversity, equity, and inclusion please visit the DEI Dashboards linked above.
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