Office of Inclusion & Institutional Equity

A more diverse and inclusive campus will come from senior-level leadership with a strategic vision for the design, promotion and delivery of best-practice diversity, inclusion and cultural competency efforts across campus.

Recognizing Indigenous People and Land

We owe Indigenous People in our state and nation a debt far more substantive and long-lasting than a single act of acknowledgment. These resources will assist the TU community in ongoing education, conversation, reflection and action. We hope that each of us will commit to identifying meaningful and authentic ways to acknowledge, recognize and act.

Sometimes referred to as the Divine Nine, the NPHC organizations align with the beliefs of Dr. Julius Chapman, TU’s first dean of minority affairs, who was responsible for bringing TU’s historically Black Greek organizations to campus 50 years ago. The nine organizations include Alpha Kappa Alpha, Alpha Phi Alpha, Delta Sigma Theta, Iota Phi Theta, Kappa Alpha Psi, Omega Psi Phi, Phi Beta Sigma, Sigma Gamma Rho, and Zeta Phi Beta.

Accessible Online Learning Students with Disabilities

TU is committed to providing access in all teaching and learning environments. The Office of Accessibility and Disability Services (ADS) is here to consult with faculty and facilitate accommodations for students in your courses and programs.

Student Diversity Resources

TU offers a wide range of services and resources that create a more diverse and inclusive campus to enhance your college life and to promote excellence and cultivate the intellectual and personal growth of our students.

COVID-19, Stereotypes and Caring in Our TU Community

This video resource aims to develop the knowledge and understanding of seeking accurate information on COVID-19 and how responses to the pandemic are often linked to racial and ethnic stereotypes.



Contact Information

Office of Inclusion and Institutional Equity

Administration Building, Suite 214

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Mon - Fri: 8:30am - 5pm

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