Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Minnesota State University Moorhead strives to create a campus community that is diverse, inclusive, globally aware, and just.
Our campus community reflects the diversity of society and ensures MSUM is accessible and welcoming to students and employees who have historically been under-served by higher education. Our campus culture values and celebrates diversity of ideas, perspectives, and people creating a campus community that is just and equitable.
The Access, Opportunity and Success Scholars Program offers an award to student recipients each semester.
The AIC is a place to socialize, study and access resources that celebrate American Indian contributions.
The Center for Global Engagement advances global citizenship and intercultural competence for MSUM to engage local and regional communities in our global efforts.
Returning international and study abroad students become Diplomats for the new international students.
The English language program verifies that a non-native speaker has the English abilities to engage in academic, professional and business exchanges.
MSUM provide on campus gender inclusive housing allowing for individuals to live together regardless of biological sex.
Inclusive restrooms is one that anyone of any gender can use. MSUM campus map showing locations for all gender/gender neutral restrooms.
The Intercultural Center offers educational and cultural programming providing opportunities to engage on international and domestic diversity.
International Student & Scholar Services is committed to promoting, supporting and celebrating an international environment at MSUM.
It's On Us is a national campaign that MSUM has adopted focusing on increasing education, awareness and prevention of sexual violence.
MSUM’s campus provides three private lactation and meditation rooms that offer quiet spaces to nurse, pump or pray throughout the weekday.
The MSUM Campus CARE Team serves as a resource to contact if they have concerns about a student.
MSUM Counseling Services offers free and confidential mental health, alcohol and drug, sexual assault and violence counseling.
The Office of Diversity & Inclusion offers a variety of programming and specialized resources, our centers help build a campus community that is diverse, inclusive, globally aware and just.
MSUM is dedicated to creating an opportunity for everyone to select the first, middle, and last name that best matches their self-identification.
The Pulse Mentorship Program is a network of LGBTQ+ college students and LGBTQ+ or ally mentors from the Fargo-Moorhead community.
The RDC offers a supportive environment for LGBTQIA+ students, staff, and faculty to feel a sense of belonging and learn how to be an advocate and ally.
The RATC offers consultation services and direct assessments to impaired individuals who are users of AAC and other assistive technology.
Safe Zone training provides a foundation of knowledge and skills for participants to become qualified Safe Zone Contacts.
MSUM offers a variety of diverse and inclusive scholarships for current and incoming students.
MSUM is committed to providing a safe space for students to live and learn, and for employees to work.
The SMART Start Program is designed to empower new students who are historically underrepresented in higher education.
The MSUM Speech, Language & Hearing Clinic offers a complete range of speech, language and hearing services to people of all ages.
Minnesota State University Moorhead prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex and/or gender in education programs and activities.
The MSUM Veterans Resource Center provides counseling on maximizing your educational benefits and recruites veterans and veterans’ dependents.
The Women’s Center provides an inspiring and dynamic space for students, faculty and staff to find community and learn about gender and critical social justice.
Celebrating Juneteenth Freedom Day at MSUMOne year after Governor Tim Walz proclaimed June 19 as Juneteenth Freedom Day in the State of Minnesota and President […]
Juneteenth: Then, Now, Here. – Event June 21Juneteenth: Then, Now, Here. Carl Griffin and Gregory Reed met as Minnesota State University Moorhead students in 1968. Carl gave the […]
Free AAC&U Webinar “The Student Journey: Equity-Centered Approaches to Removing Barriers” May 27 1-2 pmAs the number of nontraditional students continues to rise, it is imperative to recognize and remove the barriers that exist […]
Multicultural and International Student Farewell and Sash CeremonyThe Office of Diversity & Inclusion (ODI) and Center for Global Engagement (CGE) cordially invite you to attend the Farewell and Sash Ceremony […]
Faculty/staff Green Dot Bystander TrainingTraining designed for MSUM fauclty and staff Do you know someone who socializes, works, or lives in the downtown Fargo-Moorhead […]