Diversity Resources

The Asian Culture Center aims to promote awareness and understanding of Asian cultures at Indiana University and in the Bloomington community. It provides institutional resources, educational support, and community outreach activities to students, faculty, staff, and the Bloomington community.

The Latino Cultural Center, La Casa was established at Indiana University in November of 1973. Its purpose was, and continues to be, to achieve through educational and social programs, a greater historical, political and cultural awareness regarding Latina/os. The staff also works tirelessly to create an environment where anyone in the Latino community can go and feel a sense of community and belonging.

The Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center is committed to academic excellence through quality educational, cultural and social programs that promote public awareness about the Black experience while celebrating the academic and leadership achievements of our students.

The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual & Transgender Student Support Services office is a resource and information center for campus and community individuals, groups, events, and activities. The office provides a welcoming environment for individuals seeking to grow in their understanding of GLBT issues. Overseen by the GLBT Student Support Services Advisory Board, our office also works in conjunction with IU's student groups, offices and many community, state and national organizations.

The Kelley Office of Diversity Initiatives provides broad-based support to both prospective and current Kelley students from historically underrepresented groups. The Kelley Office of Diversity Initiatives connects students with faculty members who serve as mentors and advisors, as well as informs students about important academic, extracurricular, and career resources. In addition, the office works closely with selected Kelley student organizations including the Kelley School Diversity Council (KSDC), National Association for Black Accountants (NABA) and Undergraduate Black MBA Association (UBMBAA.)

The Office of Women’s Affairs exists to help women at IU overcome injustices and inequities. They identify issues affecting women and the achievement of equity sponsoring research on women’s status at IUB and “chilly climate” issues.  They resolve grievances and complaints concerning disparate treatment, harassment, or threats to personal safety on campus.

The Women in Science Program develops and implements programs that promote the participation of women in the science and mathematics fields at the undergraduate, graduate and faculty levels. WISP sponsors the visits of distinguished women scientists, instructional development grants, mentoring and student support groups, and a student research day.