Our Mission

The Office for Equity & Inclusion provides leadership and guidance to address systemic inequities for all members of the Wesleyan community. Our culture of inquiry approach to enhancing the educational living and learning experience is designed to promote a healthy, thriving campus climate and a community of excellence predicated on respect for others.

What We Do

  • We believe an equitable and inclusive education is transformative.
  • We act in a transparent manner, with respect for the knowledge and experience of others.
  • We selflessly serve and live our values together with students, staff, faculty, and other stakeholders to develop and support a community of inclusion.

Inquiry Based Research (including committee involvement and reports; links to articles)

Education (including partnerships and associations)

Services (including announcements about educational and career opportunities)

Equity & Inclusion


Upcoming Events

Apr 18

Muslim Prisoners in post-Trump America

05:00 pm

Imam Sami Shamma, a Muslim Chaplain in the Connecticut State Prison System will speak on the intersectionality of being a Muslim, a prisoner, and culturally different in post-9/11 & post-Trump America. Muslims make up 10% of the US Prison population and 1% of the total US population. Pizza Dinner will be served! Vegan/alternative options will be provided for those who sign up below. Location: Albritton 311 : 222 Church Street Middletown, CT 06459 Free Registration: https://goo.gl/forms/ LtjQHWW8ZPw4yid42 Facebook Link: https://goo.gl/Rq1C3k

Apr 24

SAGES April Meeting

04:00 pm

Join the Sustainability Advisory Group for Environmental Stewardship (SAGES) for its April meeting. All students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community members are always welcome to attend to learn about sustainability on campus and get involved.

Apr 28


12:00 pm

Holi is a South Asian festival celebrating spring and renewal. To celebrate the vibrance and excitement of the new season, people throw colored powder (gulal) at each other. The event is free and unticketed, but youll need colored powder to participate! You can buy powder on Foss Hill the day of the event.