You Have Value

Land Acknowledgement Statement
We would like to acknowledge that all USU courses and services are provided on the traditional lands of the Diné, Goshute, Paiute, Shoshone, and Ute Peoples past and present, and honor the land itself and the people who have stewarded it throughout the generations.
The Inclusion Center stands with our Asian, Asian American, and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community as they face significant escalations of harassment, discrimination, and hate crimes since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. Continued promotion of rhetoric that refers to this virus as the Chinese or Wuhan virus has only contributed to the rates of harassment and violence. However, this harassment and hate towards Asian and AAPI people have a long history in our nation. It must stop with us.
We at the Inclusion Center condemn all forms of violence, xenophobia, and racism. Our team renews its dedication to acting on behalf of and representing the concerns of our marginalized student communities. We continue to work collaboratively with our campus partners such as CAPS and the Office of Global engagement to “foster an inclusive campus” and “fight to disrupt and end racism”. We welcome you to join us - to learn with us, grieve with us, rage with us, and stand up together.
We remind all our students at this time that we are here for you. Please reach out if you don’t know where to turn for support or if you simply need a space to process, to heal, and to hope.
We will be back on campus August 2nd! We look forward to seeing everyone. In the meantime, please visit this home page for program hours and a calendar of events or to schedule an appointment. We also offer a chat feature during the hours of 10:00 am to 2:00 pm M – F to answer any questions. You can also contact us at (435) 797-1728 for additional information or email your program coordinator directly to arrange a virtual appointment.
To report a Social Climate Concern, please visit: http://socialclimatesupport.usu.edu/

Relax and be proud of who you are. Our students, staff, faculty, and alumni embrace, support, and advocate for every member of our Aggie family. The USU Inclusion Center creates an environment of acceptance, respect, and empowerment. You are valued here and your involvement with our clubs and organizations will make us even stronger.

Summer 2021 Program Hours

Due to COVID-19 state of emergency, all program hours will now be held virtually. Please contact your Program Coordiator for information.

Engage with Fellow Aggies

The Inclusion Center is made up of five different programs: Adult Learner, Gender & Sexuality, Indigenous Programs, Multicultural Student Services, and Women & Gender. Each program offers specific resources, support, advocacy, events, and clubs.

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Adult Learners

Though there isn’t a one-size-fits-all definition, adult learners are generally students over 25 years old, have had large gaps in their education, and have families. We create a welcoming environment where non-traditional students can gather to connect, take advantage of campus resources, and succeed in the academic journey.

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Gender & Sexuality

We provide education and awareness, community engagement, and foster empowerment and support to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, asexual, and allied (LGBTQIA+) students, faculty, and staff.

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Indigenous

We provide resources and support for indigenous students at Utah State University. Indigenous programming creates a safe space to foster a personalized approach to your college experience. We aid indigenous students in retaining and completing a degree at USU.

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Multicultural

We support student services through inclusive, student-centered programming that enhances the academic, cultural, and social experiences of students from diverse backgrounds.

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Women & Gender

We promote and advocate for gender equity on campus and in the community. We facilitate opportunities for learning and activism to support and empower all individuals in building an inclusive and compassionate society.

More About Women & Gender Programs

The Inclusion Center is Here to Help

Upcoming Events

Inclusion Center & Clubs
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1
Sep
Day on the Quad

10:00 am -3:00pm on the Quad
Day on the Quad is held annually during USU's Weeks of Welcome, a week designed to provide orientation, recruitment opportunities, and activities. This is a great way to get involved and see all the USU has to offer. Don't forget to stop by our booths for some fun games and prizes and to find out more about our clubs! We will be in booths 162-166.

Women and Gender & DNA
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9
Sep
“Get the Scoop”

Thursday, September 9, 2021 3:00pm - 5:00pm | TSC Patio
Join us for our second Disabled and Neurodiverse Aggies "Get the Scoop!" Learn about the club, leadership opportunities, and get some Aggie ice cream!

Women and Gender…
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10
Sep
Fem Fest

Sponsored by: Women and Gender, Perspectives, & I am that Girl

Friday September 10th | 11:00am -4:00pm | TSC Senate Chambers (336)

Join us for our first ever Fem-Fest! Fem-Fest will feature an F-Word Workshop: Intersectional Feminism 101, a meet and greet with Perspectives and “I am That Girl” student clubs, a Zine Workshop and more.

Inclusion Center Events Calendar

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