Your Gift Matters
Help the Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity work towards creating a well-rounded campus.
You can contribute to a variety of special funds for OIED. These include: the Diversity and Equity Fund (right), African American Cultural Center, GLBT Center, Multicultural Affairs and the Women’s Center. You can also support our mission by volunteering in one of our centers or for one of our initiatives.
Give by payroll deduction:
- NC State Employees may use the Payroll Deduction Form.
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Many in NC State’s campus community had never heard of Ibram X. Kendi before he came to speak at NC State’s 2020 Martin Luther King Jr. Campus Commemoration in Stewart Theatre in January.
Alum Tyler Allen Reflects on His Time with Multicultural Student Affairs
NC State’s Black Alumni Society commemorated 40 years since its founding with an anniversary gala during NC State’s 2019 Red and White Week.
How You Make a Difference
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Here are just a few goals your gift helps accomplish. Through giving, we can:
- cultivate a community in which individuals demonstrate respect toward one another;
- facilitate campus efforts to increase participation, retention, and success of students, faculty, and staff from historically underrepresented groups;
- ensure that NC State is an equitable and inclusive environment, one that is free from prohibited discrimination and harassment;
- provide effective awareness and enrichment programming to the NC State community;
- and provide a unified, campus-wide approach to ensure that students, faculty and staff learn and work within a campus defined by the best practices in equity, diversity, and inclusion.
We’ve seen great growth in the number of Building Future Faculty applicants, hosted by thirty-three campus departments.
This past year, our National Coalition Building Institute team members facilitated twenty-seven workshops for 702 participants.