Diversity & Inclusion

Harvard is committed to creating an inclusive living and learning environment for every member of our community. We offer a range of resources and offices to help make Harvard safe and welcoming for students from all backgrounds.

  • The Harvard Foundation for Intercultural and Race Relations

    The Harvard Foundation seeks to increase opportunities for individuals of all races and cultures to participate fully in the life of the College. Through events, activities, and other programming, we promote interracial and intercultural awareness and understanding.

  • BGLTQ Student Life

    The Harvard College Office of BGLTQ Student Life provides support, resources, and leadership development for bisexual, gay, lesbian, transgender, queer, and questioning students. We seek to create a safe and inclusive space for individuals of all gender and sexual identities.

  • Diversity Peer Educators

    Diversity Peer Educators are trained student facilitators who use their passion for inclusion, intersectionality, and social justice to help create a better Harvard community for everyone.

  • Women's Center

    The Women's Center facilitates community-building, sponsors events, and hosts workshops that contribute to the advancement of women. 

  • Low-Income and First Generation Students

    Undergraduate Advising Resources & Support are available to help first-generation students navigate the process of attending college by connecting them with peers and with mentors who have blazed the trail already.

  • Title IX

    The Title IX Office contributes to a more inclusive Harvard by ensuring that no one experiences discrimination or harassment on the basis of sex or gender identity.

  • Sexual Assault Prevention & Response

    The Office of Sexual Assault Prevention & Response cultivates a healthier, safer environment for all our students, staff, and faculty through the intersectional promotion of gender equity. They provide compassionate support to individuals, significant others, and families who have experienced harm or oppression.

  • Accessible Education Office

    The Accessible Education Office helps to ensure Harvard's campus and buildings are fully accessible for students, staff, and faculty members with disabilities.

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