Frequently Asked Questions

Who does the Office of Diversity and Inclusion serve?

We engage undergraduate and graduate students, provide targeted support to affinity groups and serve the broader campus community around areas of identity, inclusion, and equity through education, collaboration, community advising, and university-wide programming. In addition to the important work that the Carl A. Fields Center and the Gender + Sexuality Resource Center do in their specific areas, the Office of Diversity and Inclusion at large supports units by integrating diversity-specific student learning outcomes into their initiatives and offers structured and customizable training and development opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students.

Offices across Princeton's campus collaborate to advance the University's diversity, equity, and inclusion intiatives. 

Who do I reach out to for training and consultation?

Check out our Consultation and/or Training pages to learn more about ongoing training that the Office of Diversity and Inclusion offers, as well as opportunities for customized consultation and training.

What is the relationship between the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, the Carl A. Fields Center, and Gender + Sexuality Resource Center?

The staff of the Carl A. Fields Center and the Gender + Sexuality Resource Center are supervised by the Dean for Diversity and Inclusion and are housed in the Office of Diversity and Inclusion. Each Center has its specific mission as well as works with the Office of Diversity and Inclusion on a number of initiatives, including Dialogue and Difference in Action pre-orientation program, joint training and retreats, and more.

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