The University of Nebraska’s four campuses offer a wide array of programs involving faculty, staff and students in multi-cultural organizations, events, courses, resources and community relationships. These include such exciting endeavors as the Virginia-Nebraska Alliance at UNMC – designed to recruit minority students into health fields, the Office of Latino and Latin American Studies at UNO, and the Diversity Resources office at UNL. Visit our campus diversity and equity offices for more information:
UNK Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA)
Nebraskan Student Union, room 107
Equal Opportunity/Human Resources
Founders Hall, room 1200
Affirmative Action/Equity & Diversity Statement
The University of Nebraska recruits and encourages individuals, regardless of their race, color, religion, sex, national origin or religious beliefs, as faculty, students, staff and administrators at this institution. We also believe certain groups in the American experience have been historically denied and placed at significant disadvantage to pursue economic and academic opportunities, through systemic and institutional gender and racial bias. Therefore we will consider this historical and current reality – in concert with other selection criteria – when considering applicants and employees for equal employment opportunities, and our diversity and equity initiatives.
In 1991, the Board of Regents established goals and strategies to enhance the recruitment and retention of women. In 1993, the Board of Regents established goals and strategies to enhance the recruitment and retention of minorities. Annual progress reports are presented to the Board by faculty and staff who comprise campus commissions on the status of women and campus diversity commissions. Campus-based initiatives provide a wealth of resources to students, faculty, staff and the community.
ADA Compliance Office
Strategic Framework goals relating to diversity and equity:
Goal 1: The University of Nebraska will provide the opportunity for Nebraskans to enjoy a better life through access to high quality, affordable undergraduate, graduate and professional education.
b. Increase the percentage of Nebraska high school graduates who enroll at and graduate from the university.