Diversity and Inclusion

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We believe that a diverse campus is critical in order for our students, faculty and staff to be engaged and productive members of a global society.

Featured Story: Vice President, Dr. Henry Morris, joins campus diversity officers throughout the system to discuss Jacob Blake's shooting in Wisconsin. Tune In Now!

Meet the Team!

Our staff provides direct services to students and hosts enriching educational programs, cultural activities, and insightful conferences for area youth, students, faculty and staff.

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Recruitment and Retention Efforts

Our Opportunity Access Success Intercultural Services (OASIS) office enhances recruitment and retention efforts and outreach to diverse students in all areas of the University.

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Join us on campus!

Diversity & Inclusion caters our tours to our multicultural and first generation student guests we serve by having diverse students as tour guides and panelists.

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Upcoming Events & News!

Diversity IS Happening (DISH) at Minnesota State University Mankato. Don't miss out. Get the DISH now!

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Diversity & Inclusion        
228 Wigley Administration Center   
Mankato, MN 56001    
Minnesota State University, Mankato   
507 389-1150 | Fax 507 389-1137                                                                 
Email: delia.avila@mnsu.edu

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Featured News: Diversity and Inclusion releases an open statement regarding the recent violence against Black and Brown bodies in the United States. Read More

Diversity and Inclusion Plan

The Diversity and Inclusion Plan is a strategic effort to effectively increase diversity for employees and students at all levels of the institution, close the opportunity gap for students, and meet the needs of the institution's economic region.

D&I on Campus and Beyond!

Learn how Diversity and Inclusion is leading efforts of equity, access, diversity, and inclusion throughout the campus and into the broader campus community.