Diversity and Inclusion

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At Cornell

Cornell University’s commitment to providing a diverse and inclusive learning and working environment originated with our founder, Ezra Cornell. With a visible and growing multinational population, the Ithaca community and Cornell campus offer events and organizations that celebrate diverse cultures and minority groups.

A Caring Community for All

In Cornell’s caring community, students, faculty, and staff support each other and help one another thrive and succeed.

A Global University

Every day we benefit from the invaluable contributions our international community members make to our campus. Learn about Cornell’s commitment to supporting international students, faculty, and staff and find resources at Global Cornell.

At Johnson

Johnson is the first top business school with an Office of Diversity and Inclusion (ODI), which supports rising women, underrepresented minority (URM), and LGBTQ leaders—and helps students from different backgrounds come together and communicate effectively.

A Powerful Experience

Get an idea of what the Johnson experience is like for women, members of underrepresented student groups, LGBTQ community members, Veterans, neurodivergent students and students with disabilities.

A Place to Come Together

Discover a wide network of student clubs that support and celebrate diversity and inclusion in our community and the broader business world. Browse or search the current list of MBA student clubs.