Brooke Vick headshotWelcome, and thank you for your interest in diversity and inclusion and in Muhlenberg College. Here at Muhlenberg, we are committed to welcoming and supporting a diverse community of learners and educators within an inclusive environment, one in which all of our differences are encouraged, validated and respected.

The collective work of students, staff and faculty members to develop, maintain and grow our community inclusively is represented on these pages. Within our website, you can get caught up on the work of the President’s Diversity Advisory Council and see the progress we are making on the College’s strategic initiatives. You can check out opportunities to get involved on campus and in the community with Multicultural Life, Religious Life and the Office of Community Engagement. You can explore opportunities to learn to engage areas of difference through active listening and dialogue through the Intergroup Dialogue and Peer Partner programs. And perhaps most importantly, you can share your ideas with us for making our community more welcoming and inclusive for everyone.

Whether you are a current student, staff or faculty member or alumnus—or a prospective member of the Muhlenberg community—welcome! I hope this website will be a resource for you to explore all of the events, services, activities and opportunities that promote, strengthen and celebrate diversity, inclusion and equity at Muhlenberg.

S. Brooke Vick, Ph.D.
Associate Provost for Faculty and Diversity Initiatives

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Documents, Plans and Strategies

View recent and historic documents, statements and planning materials related to diversity and inclusion at Muhlenberg.

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Diversity Initiatives Progress Report

Read the April 2019 President's Diversity Advisory Council report.

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Statement on Diversity

Diversity, as affirmed in the College’s mission statement, is a fundamental Muhlenberg value.

Applied Knowledge

Learning in Community

Erika Sutherland's students utilize interpretation skills in work with community partners.

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