LS Student Council Subcommittee for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
The LS Student Council Subcommittee for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion is a student committee of the Liberal Studies Student Council responsible for collecting students' voices and representing them to the Council executive board, the LS-wide DEI committee, and the Dean, as well as advocating for the Liberal Studies student body regarding issues of diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging. For more information, email LSSC.DEI.StudentAdvisoryBoard@nyu.edu.
MRULE Roundtable Discussions (RTDs)
In partnership with Michigan State University’s Multi-Racial Unity Living Experience (MRULE) program, make friends in a fun community-building space dedicated to analyzing and understanding the major social issues of our time. Join your peers at NYU and MSU and share about things like race, class, gender, sexuality, religion, ability, nationality, language…all the dimensions that make us who we are and determine the opportunities and freedoms afforded to us or not. For more information, contact Paul Tucker, Assistant Director of Advising & Diversity.
In addition to the opportunities already mentioned, we encourage students to engage with diversity and inclusion through our many student affairs programs and clubs. Join one of the many LS student groups and organizations that promote the diversity of the community through their activities; or participate in our mentorship program for incoming first-generation and international students; attend a DEI discussion panel facilitated by other students; or visit us during new student student orientation in LS through our welcome socials to connect with other students of color and LGBTQ+ students. We also help prepare students for the cultural adjustment process when studying away at an NYU global site.
Find Resources and Opportunities
NYU offers many services to help students navigate issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion at the University. Find current events, support organizations, facts and figures, and resources on the Global Inclusion and Diversity website, including Academic Resources.
Report a Problem to the Bias Response Hotline
Have you experienced or witnessed bias, discrimination, harrassment, intolerance, exclusion, aggression, or microaggression against members of the University community? Share or report the incident through the NYU Bias Hotline: 212-998-2277, email@example.com, or online.