The Center for Student Inclusiveness includes African-American Student Initiatives, Disability Programs and Services, Latino Programs and Services, LGBTQ Programs and Services, Norse Violence Prevention, and Parents Attending College. These departments keep their strong brand and identity with the Center for Student Inclusiveness serving as catalyst for inclusion, diversity, collaboration and innovation. The Center for Student Inclusiveness is a progressive and transformative approach that places inclusive excellence at the center of student life and provides student centered programming that aligns with NKU’s core value of being “a community that embraces inclusiveness, diversity, and global awareness.”
We encourage you to stop by the Center, located in Student Union 309, to see the resources available and discover ways you can get involved on campus.
Do you have a film, an event, or a speaker you are interested in hosting on campus? If it fits with the mission of CSI, we are interested in collaborating with you to make it happen. Email Rae Loftis at firstname.lastname@example.org with details or thoughts about your event.
Have you witnessed or been the recipient of a bias-motivated incident?
Please visit the Bias Incident Response Protocol through the Office of Inclusive Excellence here: here: https://inside.nku.edu/inclusive/bias.html