Equity and Inclusion

We’re celebrating Black History Month at NUNM. For updates and the full schedule of events head here.


African Adinkra SymbolThe Office of Equity and Inclusion was founded to support the recruitment, retention, and holistic success of all students, with an emphasis on students of color and other underrepresented student populations on campus. We seek to promote diversity, equity and inclusion campus-wide.

African Adinkra Symbol, “Within diversity, there is Unity”


The Office of Equity and Inclusion strives to foster a sense of belonging for all community members by cultivating a more diverse, inclusive and equitable campus community.

Title IX

Title IX issues are related to gender-based harassment or misconduct, which may include acts of verbal, nonverbal, or physical aggression; intimidation; or hostility based on sex or sex-stereotyping, even if those acts do not involve conduct of a sexual nature.

Contact Us

The Office of Equity and Inclusion is located in Suite 200 of the Administration Building.


Dr. Larry Roper visited our campus recently to discuss creating a diverse and inclusive campus culture. Administration, faculty, staff and students were in attendance.  If you were unable to attend, we invite you to watch the powerful presentation below.

Finding Local Community

Building community and social support outside of NUNM can help with a sense of support and actually aid in being more successful. These resources and links are not sponsored by NUNM and NUNM is not liability for quality or accuracy of events

Cultural Diversity Resources

School of Gender, Race, and Nations at Portland State University

Includes Black, Chicano, Queer, and Women’s Studies departments and resources events. Visit the school’s website.

Culture- and Ethnicity-Specific Community Resources and Events

Specific Local Organizations

Community Centers

LGBTQ Resources

Religious and Spiritual Communities

Veteran Resources