An environment where marginalized, emerging, and so-called nontraditional populations — such as military veterans, disabled persons, and the undocumented — can thrive is possible, but institutions must first lay the groundwork and create the spaces where inclusion can flourish.

 Cross-cultural communication workshops lead to healthy dialogues

MULTICULTURAL EDUCATION PROGRAM

Healthy Dialogues on Diversity

Working in partnership with University Health Services changes understandings and incorporates new ways to address challenges related to diversity, bias, cross-cultural communication, and cultural humility.

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 >350 dreams start here

DREAMER RESOURCE CENTER

Undocumented Students Dare to Dream

A suite of support and financial-aid strategies find a home in a new campus center, and allow hardworking students to continue to pursue their higher education goals.

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 Serving those who served

VETERANS ON CAMPUS

Serving Those Who Served

A veteran and Berkeley alum gives voice to the challenges faced by student-veterans and funds ways for vets to increase success at Berkeley.

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 Matt Grigorieff imagines a more inclusive sports and fitness program

STUDENT SERVICES FOR ALL

Fitness Test: Inclusion Builds Strength

Innovation grants allow a broad spectrum of campus partners to create and fund a variety of new programs for adaptive sports and fitness on campus.

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