Diversity on Campus

Diversity is woven into our campus culture

We pride ourselves on having a globally minded campus, where everyone is respected and celebrated for their unique contributions to our culture. As such, you can expect to feel accepted and welcome regardless of your race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, or gender identity.

And you’ll have plenty of opportunities to explore other cultures and perspectives through your academic choices, extracurricular activities, residential community, and more.

The promise of A community where you belong

See how IU is fulfilling the promise

Explore diverse communities

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Choose from 130+ student cultural organizations

Whether you want to help raise awareness of and appreciation for Black student issues, learn more about Islam, or help promote equality and acceptance of the LGBTQIA* community, there’s an organization that can help you do it.

Find an organization
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Explore our campus cultural centers

These centers can help you learn more about another way of life—or get support from people who share your own background. They offer cultural education, academic support, and more for IU students and community members.

See a full list of cultural centers
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Choose a living learning center

You can choose to live in residential communities focused on African American students, the international community, and gender and sexual identity, among others. These living learning centers offer resident-only programming, classes, and other benefits.

Find the community for you

Get help when you need it

Although the entire IU community will do its best to make you feel at home, we understand that sometimes you might need a little help to make the most of your time here. To make sure you have the support you need to thrive, we offer a variety of resources and services for underrepresented groups on campus.

See the complete list