Multicultural -logoThe Office of Diversity and Inclusion seeks to create an environment that allows students to cultivate a curiosity and appreciation of human differences. Earlham’s Diversity Aspiration Statement (pdf) emphasizes our efforts as a learning community “to create social justice” and “to treat all humans with respect, honoring human dignity.” Often diversity is defined through racial, ethnic, and cultural lenses, however, at Earlham College, in addition to those categories, we embrace religious pluralism.

The office collaborates with other programs and departments to to explore differences present in our community and beyond and integrate diversity into the fabric of the campus community. Through formal and informal educational programs, the office encourages students to reflect on and learn about the complex set of issues that facilitates and/or impedes social justice. 

We advise and mentor students-of-color, LGBTQA students, first generation and low-income students.




  • Diversity and Inclusion supports and links underrepresented students with info, resources and opportunities.
  • Contact Student Life, 765-983-1311, for more information.



For more information, contact:
Susan Lee
Associate Dean of Student Life and Director of Diversity and Inclusion

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Earlham College, an independent, residential college, aspires to provide the highest-quality undergraduate education in the liberal arts, including the sciences, shaped by the distinctive perspectives of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers).

Earlham College
801 National Road West
Richmond, Indiana
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