Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Celebrating Disability Pride Month
Disability Pride Month allows us to learn more about this large and diverse community and ways that we can contribute to the positive pride felt by people with disabilities.
Welcome to the Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI)
In partnership with the campus community, DEI aims to foster a diverse and inclusive culture that is welcoming for all students, faculty, staff and the Greater Binghamton community.
Message from the President
Binghamton University grieves with the families of the victims and the city of Buffalo following the senseless shooting that killed 10 people and wounded others. The spirit of racism, hatred and acts of violence has once again shown its ugliness, destroying the lives of innocent people — targeted simply because of who they are, for what they represent as a people. There is no place in our society for such blatant racism, hatred and violence.
The emotional and psychological toll these incidents have on our communities is profound and members of our communities are silently suffering as they try to cope with these horrific events. It is time for us to come together as a nation and a campus to prevent this type of violence from becoming the norm; we must work toward seeing the humanity in each other.
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.
Binghamton University receives 2021 HEED Award
It was announced today that Binghamton University has received the 2021 Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) Award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine, the oldest and largest diversity-focused publication in higher education. As a recipient of the annual HEED Award — a national honor recognizing U.S. colleges and universities that demonstrate an outstanding commitment to diversity and inclusion — the University will be featured, along with 100 other recipients, in the November 2021 issue of INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine.
In observance of the second anniversary of Juneteenth National Independence Day, Binghamton University will be closed Monday, June, 20. We encourage everyone to use this day for action and reflection.
DEI Calendar of Events
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.
Amplifying LGBTQ+ Authors Reading List
The Libraries, in collaboration with the Q Center, amplify titles that address achievements, experiences and research by and about queer individuals and allies. Check out the Amplifying LGBTQ+ authors reading list.
Fostering an Inclusive Culture
Our Centers and Educational Institute
Multicultural Resource Center
A space of support that offers resources, initiatives and events designed to increase acceptance, awareness and understanding of identity and cultural diversity.
UDiversity Educational Institute
Providing diversity training and education for the university staff and students.
A home away from home, the Center is a safe environment where gender and sexual diversity is affirmed and community is fostered.
Are you overwhelmed and don't know where to look for help? Check out our searchable database of on- and off-campus resources.