Diversity matters at the University of Kansas. It matters because diversity enriches our ability to solve problems and create new knowledge. It is our goal to have the richest possible mix of perspectives, life experiences, interests, world views and cultures in our campus community.
The University of Kansas is committed to encouraging intellectual freedom, personal integrity and inclusion that fosters an environment that is welcoming to all faculty, staff and students.
The community of KU reveres individual worth and dignity, and believes that advocacy for diversity and inclusion is a major responsibility entrusted to all campus community members.
This means that we will recruit and retain a diverse community of faculty, staff and students; as well as develop policies and programs to support a culture of openness, pluralism and mutual respect throughout the university community.