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Equity, Diversity and Inclusion at St. Norbert College

At St. Norbert College, we are dedicated to creating an environment that fosters learning and respect for individual and group differences across cultures, perspectives and beliefs as part of an educational environment that fosters intellectual, spiritual, and personal development.

As a Catholic, Norbertine, liberal arts institution our commitment to communio calls on us to establish a community that is welcoming to all and engage in practices of inclusion that recognizes the sacred dignity of all persons.

In fulfilling our institutional mission of providing an educational environment that fosters intellectual, spiritual and personal development, the mission for the office of diversity affairs is to engage the students, faculty and staff in recognizing the dynamic diversity that exists in our community through the expansion of our awareness; increase our knowledge of a dynamic and complex world; and continually seek to reflect on and refine our inclusive efforts by attending to the ways in which the college meets our commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion.  In addition, this office is charged with overseeing equity, diversity and inclusion efforts on behalf of the institution with specific focus on the needs and interests of the students, faculty and staff, as we continue to diversify the campus community.

Visit the Student AffairsStudent Life, Multicultural Student Services and Academic Support Services pages to find out more about the variety of opportunities available to support the diverse needs and interests here at St. Norbert College.

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Angel Saavedra Cisneros (Political Science) speaks about federal judge barring Trump administration from adding a citizenship question to the 2020 census.

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PBS is featuring St. Norbert role models, Raquel Cowell (Psychology) and Corinna Jauregui ’19, in an upcoming episode SciGirls, a television show that aims to get girls ages 8 to 12 interested in STEM-related fields.

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