University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

Office of the Vice Chancellor for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Report an Incident
  • Yossi Klein Halevi and Mohammad Darawshe to Visit the University of Illinois

    Yossi Klein Halevi and Mohammad Darawshe, two internationally-recognized thinkers on navigating the deeply-held divisions of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, will visit the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, October 7–9, 2021.

  • CNN Political Analyst Ana Navarro to be the Featured Speaker for Hispanic Heritage Month

    Known for her candor and quick wit, CNN Political Analyst Ana Navarro will speak Tuesday, September 28 at 4 pm in the Illini Union, Room A.

  • Upcoming Listening Sessions for the New University Bias Reporting Process

    Please join us for the second and third listening sessions about the new Campus Belonging Resources (formerly BART) structure Sept. 24 at 2 pm (virtual) and Sept. 27 at 6 pm (in person).

  • Reaffirmation of Our Commitment to Institutional Equity

    Our university is committed to creating a campus community in which each person knows that their talents, perspectives, life experiences and faith traditions are respected and valued.

  • Title IX Policies and Procedures

    The University of Illinois believes that each member of our university community should expect to learn and work in a community that prioritizes care, dignity and mutual respect.

  • Rand named Associate Vice Chancellor for Native Affairs

    As part of our university’s work to acknowledge our responsibility to the Native Nations for whom Illinois is their ancestral home and establish meaningful reciprocal relationships with these Nations, I am pleased to announce that Jacki Thompson Rand will become the inaugural Associate Vice Chancellor for Native Affairs and Senior Adviser to the Chancellor on Native Affairs Issues.

  • Bias Assessment and Response Team (BART) Fall Update

    As we begin this new academic year, the University of Illinois will be taking some important steps and making new investments to enhance this critical service.

  • Celebrating Juneteenth 2021

    Juneteenth – also called Emancipation Day or Jubilee– celebrates the emancipation of African Americans in the United States from slavery. Below is a list of some of the events sponsored many different local organizations this year around our community.

  • A message on today’s trial outcome in Minneapolis

    As a university, as a community, as a nation and as individuals of conscience, we must fully and permanently dismantle the conditions of systemic racism and social injustice that play out so disastrously and disproportionately for too many families of people of color on a daily basis in our country.

  • Yossi Klein Halevi and Mohammad Darawshe to Speak April 6th

    Yossi Klein Halevi and Mohammad Darawshe, two internationally-recognized thinkers on navigating the deeply-held divisions of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, will speak during a live Zoom event moderated by Chancellor Robert J. Jones on Tuesday, April 6 at 12 pm. This event is free and registration is open to the public. Register at go.illinois.edu/InDialogue.