In classrooms and on campus, our students champion diversity and inclusion
At the College of Business, students, faculty and staff collaborate to create a welcoming and engaging academic experience. Together, we’re making room for more views and voices and preparing our students for future careers as thought leaders committed to creating diverse and equitable workplaces.
We're proud to offer an exceptional business education experience that welcomes students from every walk of life and offers an inclusive community where everyone can develop their personal and professional skills.
Students who identify as female
Students who identify as diverse
Students who are first-generation
Supporting Our Student Community
This [systemic racism] we all must take responsibility for in creating change. Rams take care of Rams, and today more than ever we must stand on that promise.
Addressing systemic racism … cannot be achieved with a single public condemnation. It cannot be learned in a book or accomplished with a single event. It is an ongoing, ceaseless process that continues to unfold minute by minute. We must continuously educate ourselves on how to be antiracist. We must create spaces for listening. We must acknowledge our own privileges and inherent racist values. We must prepare for uncomfortable conversations with others. Diversity, equity and inclusion are at the forefront of our values, and we must demonstrate that in each of our daily actions.
We affirm and support our Black community. We see you. We hear you. We are taking action.
We invite everyone in the College of Business to join us! You can make an impact… As a College, we must be willing to learn, change and continuously reinforce antiracist values both inside and outside the classroom.
— Michael Jaramillo - Director, Undergraduate Programs
Clubs and Organizations Promoting Diversity and Inclusion
The College of Business empowers students to shape their own academic experiences, and that extends to our approach to diversity and inclusion. Student-run organizations and clubs such as the Latinx Business Association, the Women in Business Association and the Business Diversity Leadership Alliance encourage students to be leaders in creating inclusive and welcoming communities.