Diversity & Inclusion in the School of Fine Arts

The School of Fine Arts embraces diversity through

  • teaching, creative and scholarly research, and exhibitions and performances
  • our inclusive and welcoming community of faculty, students, and staff
  • engagement with Connecticut's schools and communities

The University of Connecticut values and supports diversity in many ways:

In order to develop an inclusive community for instruction, research and outreach, the University of Connecticut embraces diversity and cultivates leadership, integrity, and engaged citizenship among our students, faculty and staff. This collegial and vibrant environment promotes and nurtures perspectives that are enabled through differences in culture, experience and values. To achieve this goal, the university emphasizes diversity in the recruitment, retention and advancement of students, faculty and staff.

To learn more please visit UConn Diversity, its Resources page, and the Office of Institutional Equity.

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