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Diversity at Xavier
More than 7,000 people call Xavier home. We’re first-generation students, veterans and people of color. We speak different languages and worship as Catholics, Muslims, Jews and more. We identify as LGBTQIA+, men, women and non-gender conforming. We’re people with disabilities, both visible and non-apparent. All of our experiences add up to strengthen our community and classrooms. Explore the offices that advance, promote and support belonging and equity at Xavier.
A Piece of the Puzzle
The Fabric of Who We Are
Center for Diversity and Inclusion
The Center for Diversity and Inclusion (CDI) creates a diverse, inclusive and equitable campus for all students, especially for students of color, LGBTQIA+ students, first-generation college attendees and women. Offering more than 51 programs and trainings per year.About the Center for Diversity and Inclusion
The Center for Faith and Justice
The Center for Faith and Justice (CFJ) strengthens a sense of community among individuals of diverse faiths on campus. The Center offers prayer services and faith sharing groups, and is home to a full-time Muslim chaplain, Catholic chaplain, Rabbi and Protestant minister.Center for Faith and Justice
Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion
The Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion (OIDI) provides University-wide leadership to promote and support the development and success of diversity and inclusion initiatives that advance Xavier's Jesuit Catholic mission.Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion
International Student and Scholar Services
There are more than 150 international students at Xavier. International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) works closely with faculty, staff, campus organizations and community groups to ensure that international students achieve their academic and personal goals.International Student and Scholar Services
There are more than 15 identity-based clubs and organizations on Xavier’s campus, including the LGBTQ Alliance, LatinX and the Black Student Association. These clubs unite underrepresented populations, students with similar ethnic background or a group of individuals identifying with a specific nationality or culture.Clubs and Organizations
Unique Individuals Within One Community
Everyone has the chance to see the world though someone else's eyes and everyone has the opportunity to belong to something bigger than themselves.