Inclusion Related Stories
We foster the development and preservation of an inclusive community characterized by cultural understanding and student engagement. We are committed to the recruitment and retention of a diverse staff that reflects the students we serve and are dedicated to providing intentional experiences where students learn from each other.
30th Annual Rites of Passage Ceremony Honors Black and
More than 500 graduating students participated in the 30th annual Rites of Passage ceremony honoring Black and Latinx students from Rutgers–New Brunswick who, through resolute persistence, have successfully completed an undergraduate or graduate degree...
Rutgers’ Asian American Cultural Center Honors APIDA He
This April, Rutgers’ Asian American Cultural Center (AACC) is celebrating Asian Pacific Islander Desi American (APIDA) Heritage Month by highlighting the diversity and achievements of the university’s APIDA community.
Rutgers Celebrates GAYpril With Educational and Celebra
For the global LGBTQ community, June has become synonymous with Pride. But at Rutgers–New Brunswick, the celebration starts early with GAYpril.
Diversity Peer Educators Build Inclusive Communities at
Growing up queer and biracial, Ashlee Bonsi has had her share of uncomfortable, and sometimes downright painful, interactions with educators and peers who would make jokes that were thinly veiled with casual, harmful racism.
Rutgers Big Chill 5K draws 2,000 runners
On an unseasonably warm December morning, more than 2,000 runners participated in the Rutgers Big Chill 5K.
Homecoming Bed Races Return for 13th Year
More than 130 students pushed beds down Sicard Street in the Homecoming Tradition.
Rutgers Involvement Fair Returns to Campus with Increas
After a year of being online, the Rutgers Involvement Fair returned on Tuesday to the streets of the College Avenue campus.
SJE Appoints First Black, Queer, Male Director
Keywuan Caulk talks about today’s social justice movements and opportunities they create to build more inclusive communities at Rutgers.
On The Air
Nestled in a small corner of the Livingston Student Center lives the genre-defying radio show, 90.3 The Core.
Home Away From Home for 50 Years
The PRCC opened in 1969 as a direct response to activism led by black students.
Alumni Spotlight: Patrick Lum
Recent Rutgers graduate Patrick Lum reflects on his experiences with the Asian American Cultural Center.