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Diversity & Inclusion

Inclusion is the tie that binds Lehigh.

Our faculty, staff and students hail from across the United States, more than 79 countries, and all walks of life. We treasure this diversity in all its forms. We recognize and embrace our many differences. They make the Lehigh family who we are.

But we also recognize that we are on a journey. We know that we can do much more to foster an environment that is welcoming and collaborative. The commitment to inclusive diversity on our campus has never been stronger.

Latest News

An open forum welcomes discussion on protest and policing in the United States. 

The first MLK event of the academic year addressed an issue of growing significance.

The Pulitzer Prize winner will discuss voting rights in America on Sept. 20.

More than 100 staff, faculty and students joined in a conversation around diversity efforts.

Worth Repeating

Henry Odi

Vice Provost for Academic Diversity

"Lehigh has a promising path ahead of us — a path on which diversity and inclusion are both milestones and measures of success."


Students, faculty and staff were trained on gender violence prevention, reporting and resources during the 2014-15 academic year


Members of the Council for Equity and Community, a committee of Lehigh faculty, staff, and students committed to serving as a campus resource and agent of cultural change.


Staff and faculty have attended series diversity and inclusion workshops given by the VISIONS Group, which offers an insight-driven training and consulting model that empowers clients to become catalysts for change within their communities.


Members of Lehigh’s Pride Network, an organization that provides support for LGBTQ faculty and staff, and a place for allies and advocates who are interested in fostering and sustaining a welcoming and affirming climate on campus for LGBTQ people.


Staff, faculty, and Lehigh trustees attended diversity and inclusion workshops offered by the Cornell Interactive Theatre Ensemble (CITE) from Cornell University.


Social Justice Scholars, a collaborative faculty scholars group that explores the intersection of social equality and research.