Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Native American Heritage Month

In 1990, a joint congressional resolution designated November National American Indian Heritage Month. Similar proclamations under variants of the name, including National American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month have been issued each year since 1994.

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BE YOU at Binghamton University

Through education and collaboration, the Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) aims to foster a broad and inclusive campus culture. We understand that our resilience and strength come from the diversity of ideas, backgrounds and perspectives of the entire community. So, no matter where you're from (or where you're going!), you belong at Binghamton University. 
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Road Map to Premier

Fostering a diverse and inclusive campus culture.

Becoming a premier public university requires commitment and contribution from all members of the University community, in an environment that mirrors the diverse workplace of the 21st century and welcomes the insights of individuals from many cultural traditions. Consequently, our campus community must make diversity and inclusiveness a priority. As our enrollment grows, so must our efforts to ensure that every member of our campus is valued as an integral and fundamental part of the fabric of Binghamton University.

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Message from the Vice President

Dear Campus Community,

Being dedicated to enriching the lives of people through Binghamton University’s core values of unity, identity and excellence, we recognize the strength and richness of the diversity among our campus community. The commitment to creating an inclusive campus where everyone feels a sense of belonging and each person’s contributions is valued, is one that is continuous and must be reaffirmed daily.

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Binghamton University receives 2022 HEED Award

For the second year in a row, Binghamton University was named a HEED Award winner by INSIGHT Into Diversity — the oldest and largest diversity-focused publication in higher education. The HEED Award recognizes colleges and universities that demonstrate exceptional commitment to diversity and equity. Binghamton's selection acknowledges the ongoing comprehensive efforts to represent a more diverse and inclusive campus community. The University will be featured, along with 100 other recipients, in the November 2022 issue of INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine.

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Forms and Resources

DEI provides a variety of reporting forms to better serve the needs of our campus constituents in the reporting of isolation and mistreatment in the work environment and classrooms, requests for reasonable accommodations and in the execution of fair and equitable search processes.

REPORT A SEXUAL ASSAULT

REQUEST A REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION

Information about Campus SpeechWORKSHOP AND TRAINING CALENDAROther Reporting Forms

Binghamton Support Network

Are you overwhelmed and don't know where to look for help? Check out our searchable database of on- and off-campus resources.

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COMMITTED TO

collaborative activities that support campus well-being.

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