Lehigh is committed to nurturing a welcoming and inclusive campus environment that celebrates differences and is built upon a foundation of mutual respect. Our students hail from all over the United States and the world, and represent all walks of life. We value this diversity and recognize the essential role it plays in contributing to rich, vibrant and engaging campus culture.
We help foster a campus climate in which all women can work to achieve their personal and professional academic, research and service goals in an equitable, supportive and intellectually challenging environment.
The Office of Multicultural Affairs serves as an advocate, resource and source of support for students of color and their families at Lehigh University and beyond.
The mission of the Pride Center for Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity is to promote the academic and personal growth of all lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, asexual and ally (LGBTQIA) students; achieve equity for LGBTQIA students with respect to access and inclusion; and contribute to the creation of a more socially just institution and community.
The Pride Center
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. Learn more about diversity and inclusion at Lehigh >
“Lehigh has been my home for a few years now, and I am very comfortable here. I have learned to step out of my comfort zone and experience new things, and as a result, I have had numerous adventures.”
Lehigh University welcomes students from all over the world. We offer a number of services, programs, organizations and events that help international students acclimate to their new environment, and to avail themselves of all the opportunities for intellectual and personal growth that the university offers.
International Affairs provides programs, services and opportunities for international education. Prospective students can also review resources for international students on the Undergraduate Admissions Web site.