In Response to COVID-19
The Office of Diversity is in solidarity with all our campus community, and people in every community and country experiencing this global health crisis. Despite the recent developments concerning COVID-19, the Office of Diversity is committed to continue serving the UIC campus and Chicago community while protecting our guests and employees from potentially compromising physical contact. As of Monday, March 16th and until further notice, our office and the Centers for Cultural Understanding and Social Change will be physically closed, but functioning remotely. During this time, we encourage you to use the information below to reach representatives from our offices during normal business hours of 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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Stay safe. Stay healthy.
The Office of Diversity
|African American Cultural Centerfirstname.lastname@example.org -- OR -- 312-996-9549|
|Arab American Cultural Centeremail@example.com -- OR -- 312-355-2284|
|Asian American Resource and Cultural Center||AARCC@uic.edu -- OR -- 312-413-9569|
|Disability Cultural Centerfirstname.lastname@example.org -- OR -- 312-355-7050|
|Early Outreach Program||312-996-2549|
|Gender and Sexuality Centeremail@example.com -- OR -- 312-413-3036|
|Latino Cultural Centerfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Women’s Leadership and Resource Centeremail@example.com|
|Campus Advocacy Networkfirstname.lastname@example.org -- OR -- email@example.com -- OR -- 312-413-8206|
Centers for Cultural Understanding and Social Change
UIC is one of the most diverse campuses in the United States and a great place to study, learn, work, and prepare for the global interdependence of people and markets. The seven Centers for Cultural Understanding and Social Change are a collaborative group that aims to make UIC a welcoming and inclusive place for all students, faculty and staff. The Centers are committed to student success, intercultural engagement, vibrant scholarship, and dynamic community partnerships.
The diversity of our campus community is apparent—UIC is a higher education institution where diversity is a cornerstone of intellectual achievement. We engage people from all communities of Chicago and many other communities in the state which we serve.Mission Statement|