Our commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion is more than a statement of what we value. It is who we are. We thrive as a community when we respect and honor our differences.
We value the unique experiences and perspectives of students and staff. A place where everyone belongs.
We have curated a list of resources to help you expand your knowledge, get engaged with the community, and support you as a member of our community.
Have suggestions for the hub? Leave your feedback at the bottom of the page.
Find what you’re looking for by using the following dropdown menu and labels.
As our community looks towards a more inclusive and equitable future, it’s important to take stock of who we are, and where we’ve been.
Macaulay is committed to supporting our diverse student body through the various student-led communities and networks. We encourage you to explore and engage with these student groups through the various events they host, by joining their efforts, and/or promoting their work.
Macaulay has always been committed to dismantling racist systems of thought and learning. We encourage you to explore a range of resources available to you at Macaulay and throughout the University system.
Student government represents the needs and concerns of the student body, and often serves as advocates for change.
Macaulay is committed to providing a safe and accommodating academic and social experience for students living with disabilities.
We encourage every student to sign up with their campus Office of Disability Services to receive any needed accommodations. For reasons of privacy, faculty and staff are not required to ask you if you need accommodations, so it’s up to each student to seek services.
Macaulay is committed to supporting and creating a safe space for our community of LGBTQ+ students, staff, and faculty.
Welcome, immigrants, to CUNY, Macaulay, and NYC! Regardless of documentation status or country of origin, you are an essential part of our communities.
Are you the first in your family to go to college? CUNY provides a host of services to assist first-generation college students on their landmark journeys.
We want to hear from all members of the Macaulay community who were the first in their family to attend college.
We are committed to advancing gender equality on campus and have gathered a list of programs, services, and resources to promote awareness and activism around women’s and gender equity issues.
We understand that multiple forms of inequality often compound themselves, creating additional obstacles for our community of students. We believe that all students deserve to feel safe and secure while pursuing their education.
Let us know what you think about the DEI Resource Hub! Your feedback will be sent to members of the Macaulay Honors College DEI Advisory Group.
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