The Office of Diversity
The Office of Diversity at North Park University in Chicago aims to create a campus community that helps students of all backgrounds to feel welcome and included. Working with cultural clubs, student success programming and promoting student advocacy are just a few ways we engage our students to pursue lives of significance and purpose. Visit the Diversity Center, located on the first floor of Caroline Hall.
Council for Diversity Equity & Inclusion
The Diversity Support Team is constructed to ensure the appreciation of campus diversity and the adherence to student, staff, and faculty racial equality.
As part of our mission to encourage greater integration of in-class and out-of-class student life, we invite you to get involved with one or more of these student groups.
For first-generation college students interested in becoming urban leaders—you’ll receive advanced leadership and vocational development, academic advising, and additional financial aid.
For undocumented students facing financial barriers—you’ll join a community of people like you, and you’ll have support from the beginning with advisors who want you to succeed.
The Sankofa Experience at North Park University combines readings, films, classes and community meetings concerning social constructions of race and how they impact other identities.
Get together with your fellow students to explore different cultures, learn about social justice issues, and serve the community. Whether you’re a foodie or a film fanatic, you can get involved just doing what you already love or by trying something new!
Meet the Social Justice Living Learning Community
They’re seven students sharing a living space as well as conversations about social justice issues—through telling stories, listening to others, and sharing meals along the way. Join the conversation by following their blog!