Diversity and Inclusion
Located in the Romeo B. Garrett Cultural Center (824 North Duryea Place across from Williams Hall), houses the Office of Diversity and Inclusion (ODI). Diversity and Inclusion functions to meet the various needs of students from historically underrepresented backgrounds—including students who are ethnically diverse, first generation, low income, and/or are a part of the LGBTQ+ community. The Center serves as a meeting place for students and community groups as well as a place for social and cultural events. It also has access to computers for students to use, as well as an auditorium on the first level for programming. Named in honor of the late professor emeritus of sociology, Dr. Romeo B. Garrett, the Center is open every day during the regular academic year.