Diversity Resources

General Diversity and Inclusion Resources

Resources for Gaining Knowledge and Understanding

Resources for Taking Action

Resources for Students of Color

Resources for Specific Groups of Color

Smith Resources

Campus Resources

Professional Resources

Mental Health Resources

Scholarships, Grants, and Opportunities

Resources for International Students

Resources for Undocumented and DACAmented Students

Resources for LGBTQ+ Students

Resources for Students with Disabilities

Resources for Women

Resources for First-generation College Students

If you are interested in starting a Smith organization for first-generation college Smith students, please contact Associate Dean Victor Mullins or Jeanette Snider.

Resources for Neurodiverse Students

Resources for Veterans

Smith Voting Equity

As an informed voter, you can advocate for issues that are important to you to be shaped into law. To be an informed voter, it is important to avoid information silos and relying exclusively on social media. Instead, utilize various sources of information that provide more in-depth and unbiased coverage of relevant issues to better comprehend key issues from a variety of perspectives.

LEARN MORE ABOUT VOTING EQUITY

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