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Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion

Architecture is made to serve people, and as part of the global community, we recognize diversity within our school as well as the self-expression of our students. The School of Architecture values how diversity cultivates a rich learning environment. It is a fundamental principle that each individual has the right to learn without fear of character depredation or retribution for personal opinions. Students and professors must expect and help foster a learning environment of trust and respect. An individual must never suffer in the learning environment because of race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, or national origin. The School of Architecture seeks to build a positive and encouraging community that promotes justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion.