Group of Diverse, Multiethnic People with Their Hands in the Middle

The Center for Diversity & Inclusion (CDI) at the Embry-Riddle Prescott Campus celebrates the diversity of students, faculty and staff, and assists in efforts that create an inclusive academic and learning environment through programs, services, resources, trainings and workshops. The Center for Diversity & Inclusion is open to everyone and provides resources and advocacy specifically on behalf of women in STEM, people of color, LGBTQ+ persons and students from other diverse identity groups. The Center for Diversity & Inclusion strives to be a collaborative campus partner that helps students to adapt and thrive in diverse environments, engage in creative, productive and meaningful activities, and understand the impacts of their behaviors on others. The Center for Diversity & Inclusion also engages collaboratively in efforts that support enrollment, persistence and retention, especially for students from underrepresented backgrounds.

Diversity Enrollment

Women 807 27%
Hispanic, Mexican, Latino/Latina/Latin@/Latinx 461 15%
American Indian/Alaska Native 19 0.6%
Asian 191 6.3%
Black/African-American 65 2.1%
Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 11 0.3%
Two or more races 198 6.4%
LGBTQ+ (estimate) 301 10%
Self-Identifying Students with Disabilities 129 4.2%
Total Campus Enrollment 3,071

Diverse Student and Affinity Groups

The following is a list of some of the Prescott campus' diverse student clubs and organizations.

Contact Us

Center for Diversity & Inclusion
Student Union 107

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