Core to the mission, vision and actions of GSE is the creation and commitment to a climate that affirms equity, diversity, justice and inclusion (EDJI). This ongoing responsibility and promise must center the inclusion of individuals, ideas and perspectives that are unique and reflective of the human experience. Our goal is that you will gather helpful and meaningful information, inspiration and energy from these resources and strategies.
This list of resources is a living document and will continue to have helpful information added. If you have a resource suggestion you would like added, please let us know!
UB is committed to ensuring that everyone can access all that we have to offer. Whether it is access to electronic information technology or physical access to the campus, our goal is to provide seamless inclusion for everyone.
Since 1958, the African American Cultural Center, Inc. has enabled spirits to soar and offered sanctuary, validation and celebration for the globally unique African American experience.
Discover the remarkable stories of people with disabilities at the Museum of disABILITY History -the only "bricks and mortar" museum of its kind in the United States.
The Center is an interdisciplinary research center that brings together scholars and students who use the methods of the social sciences and the humanities to study educational issues that have a global dimensions.
Seeks to promote and be a forum for academic research and teaching in the humanities and social sciences and to facilitate the integration of people with disabilities into the community.
Dedicated to making environments and products more usable, safer and healthier in response to the needs of an increasingly diverse population.
Here, you’ll raise your awareness of multicultural issues, develop the skills needed to address critical topics, and spend time thinking in-depth about the issues that are facing our communities today. Through effective dialog, all students can gain a greater appreciation for difference and inclusiveness in society.
Consistent access to nutritious food is a necessary part of being a successful, healthy student. Should you experience an unanticipated hardship, we can help connect you to groceries.
Promotes research and teaching related to women, gender, and sexuality.
The Hispanic Heritage Council of WNY Inc. is a nonprofit organization that exists to foster and inspire awareness, understanding, and appreciation of past, present, and future contributions of the Hispanic Community in Western New York.
Educates students through programs and events that increase their understanding of the multi-faceted aspects of diversity and the advantages of being at the University at Buffalo, a diverse institution. IDC offers students various opportunities to engage in dialogue, celebrate differences and commonalities, and promote awareness about diversity and how it affects their beliefs, perceptions, and the global society.
Did you know that UB is one of the most internationally diverse universities in the United States? Come learn more about different cultures and identities — and get a free dessert — at Dessert Hours. These fun, informal social events are held throughout the semester.
Institute for Strategic Enhancement of Educational Diversity (iSEED) promotes a culturally and academically inclusive community of students, postdoctoral fellows, faculty and staff.
UB provides a variety of medical services for students.
You are not alone. At UB, there is always someone who can help you prevent stress, get through a crisis, manage an ongoing mental health issue, or just listen.
The Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) ensures UB's compliance with policies covering discrimination, harassment, accommodations, equal opportunity and child protection.
The mission of the Office of the Vice Provost for Inclusive Excellence (VPIX) is to promote excellence in all aspects of UB’s operations by facilitating processes that remove barriers to access and advancement on the basis of race, gender identity, sex, sexual orientation, religion, disability, or veteran status for students, faculty and staff.
The mission of the Pride Center is to work with the community to make Western New York a safe, healthy, and satisfying place for LGBTQ people to live, work and establish their families.
With nearly 5,000 international students from more than 100 different countries, you'll find that UB offers a warm and welcoming environment. We understand there are special resource needs and accommodations. We offer a variety of services to assist you.
The University at Buffalo and the Graduate School of Education are dedicated to providing the services required to make the transition from military to academic life an easy one.
Unanticipated circumstances can prevent students from continuing their education and achieving academic success. UB has two unique resources to connect students to emergency funding.
UB has a wide variety of student organizations, many of which have a cultural focus. You can search for and join organizations using UBLinked.