Participation in student groups happens both on campus and remotely. Make sure to check out CampusGroups for Zoom links and other remote participation methods.
The Undergraduate Diversity Collaborative (UDC) is an umbrella organization that aims to support organizations which advocate for the advancement of diversity and inclusion at Case Western Reserve University. The UDC serves as an advocating body for diversity groups, a platform for voicing student diversity concerns, and a resource for organizations in regards to diversity programming.
The mission of the BSU is to act as an organization that unifies students and organizations of the African Diaspora on campus and upholds the following objectives:
- Fostering a welcome community for black students on campus.
- Being involved in the local Cleveland community.
- Acting as advocates in times of need.
- Creating a strong network between black undergraduates, graduates, staff, and faculty.
Voices: A Women of Color Collaborative
Voices is a student-run organization formed in recognition of the intersection of race and gender, working to address both simultaneously. Students will have informal mentorship opportunities with professionals and graduate students, while building interpersonal relationships. Students will also connect to campus leadership opportunities and career leads. Voices hosts events and programs designed to share the different experiences of women of color and their concerns, as well as disclose their diverse, vibrant cultures. Through every initiative, Voices will serve as a support system.
Vision: CWRU is a community where women of color and international women are valued and acknowledged as an integral part of a diverse campus. Women of color at CWRU are empowered in their multiple identities to be visible and engaged leaders inside and outside of the classroom.
For more information, contact the Office of Multicultural Affairs.