Indianapolis didn't fare much better, comparatively, at No. IU Southeast has more than 15 different sources of funding for scholarships for minority or multicultural students. Apply early, read carefully, meet deadlines, and ask questions so you don't miss out on special opportunities for multicultural students. This land we inhabit is physically located in the original ancestral lands of the seaside villages of the Miami tribe of Indiana.
The Wea were a Miami-Illinois originally located in western Indiana and part of the larger Illinois Confederacy. We pay homage to the Miami tribe (Delaware, Kickapoo, Miami, Mound Builders, Piankashaw, Potawatomi, Shawnee and Wea), to the past, present and future, and to the continued presence of the Wea peoples in their homeland and throughout their historic diaspora. This calls us to commit to continuing to learn to also be better stewards of the land we inhabit. The Kokomo Black Student Center at Indiana University welcomed incoming students and began to surround them with community, at its first selection ceremony.
No matter your ethnicity, country of origin, gender, or sexual orientation, if you've landed here, you're part of the richly diverse community at Indiana University. Indiana University hired independent consulting firm Halualani %26 Associates to conduct diversity assessments at each of IU's campuses. Indiana University wishes to recognize and honor the native indigenous communities of this region, and to recognize that Indiana University in Bloomington was built on indigenous lands and resources. Indiana University at Kokomo promotes a climate of respect and inclusion that welcomes and welcomes community members with diverse backgrounds and life experiences; deliberately seeks multiple perspectives and supports the free and open exchange of ideas and civil discourses.
Created at Indiana University in 1982 by the IU Dean of Students as a Committee on Racial Understanding, the committee was dedicated to raising awareness against racism on campus. AbstractThe Multicultural Understanding Commission was established in 1982 at Indiana University. This award recognizes individuals who actively promote diversity and inclusive excellence, dedicated to making Indiana University a diverse and multicultural academic community that serves as a model for higher education, the state of Indiana and society at large. The Center for Jewish Culture at Indiana University is a home away from home and a welcoming meeting space for Jewish students and everyone who wants to learn or experience Jewish life and culture.
The Mentoring Center has programs designed to help students participate, navigate and graduate from Southeastern Indiana University. Indiana University does not tolerate acts of hate, harassment, discrimination, retaliation, or any other act that is counterproductive to a safe, civil and welcoming community, and neither should you. More than 2,500 Asian and Asian-American Pacific students attend Indiana University and bring with them their diverse cultures and talents. Indiana University recognizes the people of Miami, Delaware, Potawatomi and Shawnee as past, present, and future caregivers of this land.