The University of Minnesota Medical School is dedicated to providing a high-quality education for students of all backgrounds. Through a variety of services and programs, we aim to give everyone equal access to learning and cultural experiences on and off campus.
Medical School students can access disability centers and services at both the Twin Cities and Duluth campuses.
This office works to create a supportive environment for minority and underrepresented medical students.
The Medical School upholds an environment of inclusiveness, equal opportunity, and respect for the similarities and differences in our community.
The Duluth Women’s Mentoring Program was created to advance the professional development of women faculty on the Duluth Campus. Select programs are coordinated with the UMD Swenson College of Science and Engineering Women’s Mentoring Program.
The center strives to raise the health status of the Native American population by educating Native American students in the field of healthcare and Indian health.
The University of Minnesota is strengthened by students representing different races, religions, ethnicities, economic backgrounds, geographic origins, genders, sexualities, and beliefs.
Explore the University's Office for Equity and Diversity website to find services, awards, scholarships, and educational opportunities.
Committed to inclusivity, equity, and multiculturalism, the Office of Cultural Diversity works to develop and implement programs and services that support the retention and graduation of students from all backgrounds.
University facilitates, sustains, and advances a culture that supports equity, inclusion, and community by fostering dialogue, respect, and personal growth. These purposeful activities and shared responsibility provide an environment that allows everyone the opportunity to succeed.