Defining Excellence

University of Michigan Medical School students sing “The Victors” during a recent commencement ceremony.

Letter from the President

The University of Michigan cannot be excellent without being diverse in the broadest sense of that word.

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Breaking Down Barriers

Former Michigan Student Assembly President Chris Armstrong, the student body’s first openly gay leader, celebrates his election victory in 2010. Photo: Michigan Daily

Strategic Plan

Find out about U-M’s strategic planning process to enhance diversity, increase the inclusiveness of the academic community and promote greater equity throughout the campus.

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Learning From Our Past

Each year, the Native American Student Association at U-M hosts the Dance for Mother Earth Powwow for the local community. It is one of the largest university powwows in the country.

Join the Conversation

Our online community, Be Heard, allows students, faculty, staff and leadership to voice concerns, make recommendations and contribute feedback about diversity, equity and inclusion at U-M.

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Leading Change

The Being Black at the University of Michigan (#BBUM) student movement had a series of meetings with U-M administrators that led to significant steps forward related to diversity and improving the climate on the Ann Arbor campus.

Opening Minds

Gaining global perspectives: U-M is ranked No. 6 in the nation for the total number of students studying abroad.

Resources & Programs

Learn from and about diversity, connect with the diverse communities both on and beyond campus and find resources and assistance.

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