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Diversity and Inclusion Resources on Campus and Beyond

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Stanford Resources

  • Diversity Works: a repository of facts, initiatives, events, articles and resources.
  • First Generation and/or Low-Income Student Success: The FLI Student Success Center was established as a stand-alone office in 2018. Previously, they were housed under the Diversity and First-Gen office, which was established in 2011. FLI is a part of Student Affairs, which advances student development and learning; fosters community engagement; promotes diversity, inclusion, and respect; and empowers students to thrive.
  • International Students: The Bechtel Center serves the international community at Stanford, as well as U.S. students interested in scholarships for study and research abroad. 
  • Office for Military-Affiliated Communities (OMAC): OMAC focuses on the administration and management of VA financial benefits, coordinates and supports educational opportunities for military-affiliated communities, and conducts outreach to faculty regarding engagement and support for faculty grants or other funding specifically identified for military and veteran communities.
  • Opportunity Fund: The Stanford FLI Student Success Center Opportunity Fund is designed to financially assist undergraduate students who are experiencing an unexpected financial challenge or seeking funds for an opportunity related to their academic and/or professional development.
  • Campus Community Centers: Provides a gateway to intellectual, cultural and leadership opportunities for all students, with links to individual student centers focused on culture, ethnicity, and identity.
  • Health and Wellness: A list of health and wellness resources available to students.
  • Support for Graduate Students: A composite list of resources for graduate students.
  • Teaching Multilingual Students: Resources from Stanford TeachingWriting for supporting English Language Learner and multilingual students.
  • Supporting Vulnerable Students – A discussion on creating an environment where students who need help are comfortable asking for it, and students do not feel pressure to dispel stereotypes about their race, ethnicity, age, or gender.

External Resources



Andrei Baltakmens, Ph.D. (he/him)
Communications Project Manager
Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL)