Dickinson State University is composed of students of different races, religions, and sexual orientations. We recognize our responsibility to be agents of social change, to challenge each other to be better, and to create inclusive environments that are supportive of our students, staff, and faculty that celebrate diversity.

Dickinson State University reinforces the protections under Title VI, which states that our campus community should not engage in any form of discrimination based on race, color, or national origin, including harassment based on actual or perceived shared ancestry or ethnic characteristics or citizenship or residency in a country with a dominant religion or distinct religious identity. DSU recognizes our responsibility to address discrimination involving racial, ethnic, or ancestral slurs or stereotypes, including when the discrimination is based on a student’s skin color, physical features, or style of dress that reflects ethnic or religious traditions.

Any acts of discrimination should be reported to the Affirmative Action Officer. Additional Title VI information can be found at Inclusion and Equity (dickinsonstate.edu)