Welcome to the Diversity Center!

Our Mission

    The objective of the Diversity Center is to ensure a welcoming and inclusive environment for all students, specifically students from diverse backgrounds, to be able to thrive personally, socially, and academically at Lawrence University. This will be achieved through education, conversation, and celebrations that embrace culture and identity in oneself and others.

     The Diversity Center provides additional resources such as individual cultural support, a diverse library (books, magazines, pamphlets), connections to the surrounding diverse communities, and diverse programming including workshops, forums, discussions, and cultural conversations. Please stop by for a visit and get connected. We look forward to seeing you soon!


Start of Spring Term 2018

Spring Term Week 4 - WAICU Diversity Conference

Join us for an Open Mic Night on April 20th,v Friday evening as Slam Poetry Club (SPC) and Students Of Lawrence (SOL) studios help us kickoff the 2018 WAICU Diversity Conference - Intentional Connections at 8:00 PM in the Diversity Center.



Summer course

  • June 9-July 7, 2018 Environmental Justice: Race, Class, Power, and Sustainability.

Credits that will transfer automatically to all ACM schools & it's cross listed as an educational studies, Native American Studies, Ethnic Studies, Environmental Studies and Environmental Anthropology.
Instructor: Pablo Toral @ Beloit College (608-3632166); toralp@beloit.edu

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The Title IX Coordinator is Here for You!

Title IX Coordinator Kim Jones can be found at Mursell House Room 205, reached via phone at 920-832-7496 and via email at kimberly.r.scott@lawrence.edu.

Kim addresses issues related to sexual misconduct, sexual assault, relationship and interpersonal violence, sex- and gender- based discrimination or harassment, and gender equity. Kim works with all parties involved in the complaint process to ensure a fair, equitable, and timely response. She is available as a private resource to anyone in the Lawrence community.



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