Contact Info
          Office of Social Equity
          Reeder Hall, Third Floor
          219 Meadville Street
          Edinboro, PA  16444
          Phone: (814) 732-2167
          Fax: (814) 732-2153
          Email: equalopportunity@edinboro.edu

          Ronald A. Wilson, J.D.
          Director of Social Equity and Title IX Coordinator
          Office: 306 Reeder Hall
          Phone: (814) 732-1259
          Email: rwilson@edinboro.edu

          Jordan McMillan
          Administrative Support
          Office: Reeder Hall, 304
          Phone: (814) 732-1250
          Email: jgass@edinboro.edu

          Celebrate Diversity



          Edinboro University promotes an inclusive culture that supports the academic, cultural, and personal growth of all members of the University community. Edinboro University values the richness of diversity and believes that the intentional recruitment, retention, and accommodation of individuals who differ and are similar will broaden and deepen the educational experience and the scholarly environment.

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          September 15 to October 15 - Hispanic Heritage Month
          October - Italian American Heritage Month
          October - Polish American Heritage Month
          October - Filipino American Heritage Month
          November - Native American Heritage Month
          February - African American History Month
          March - Women's History Month
          May - Asian Pacific American History Month
          June - LGBT Pride Month
          June - Caribbean American Heritage Month

          Edinboro University maintains initiatives and services that assist different populations and groups of people in order to create a safe, supportive educational environment. These organizations, services and commissions support students, faculty and staff members from many various walks of life with all of the issues, problems and difficulties they may face.

          The Office of Social Equity strongly supports psychological research that has found that exclusion and ostracism are damaging and negatively impact personal development. Our students, faculty and staff must feel acceptance and belonging within this community to achieve excellence and develop in a positive and meaningful way. To that end, the University has created various initiatives following the "Inclusive Excellence Framework" (IEF) model.

          When our students, faculty and staff feel accepted and a sense of belonging, performance increases in classes, work, extra-curricular activities, involvement, and relationship management.

          Edinboro University has implemented the IEF model of action and programs, establishing clear plans and goals for EU. The goal of the IEF is to achieve diversity in all areas of the University and to provide support for all races, cultures, genders, sexual orientations, affiliations, beliefs, and areas of difference. In addition to the organizations that exist on-campus, the University Initiatives provide structure to efforts that integrate diversity and fulfill the IEF.

          The Center for Diversity and Inclusion

          The Center for Diversity and Inclusion seeks to identify and eliminate barriers to an equitable and diverse environment. Our goal is for all students, faculty and staff to develop understanding and foster awareness of different cultures, languages and peoples.

          President's Initiatives

          University Diversity Council
          Commission on the Status of Women
          Commission on the Status of Faculty and Staff of Color
          Commission on the Status of Lesbians, Gay Men, Bisexuals, Transgender People, Queer, Questioning, Intersex People and Allies