Diversity Action Council

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Georgetown University Diversity Action Council | Welcome

DAC LogoWe are a body of administrators, faculty, staff and students that draw from and collaborate with multiple units across the University. We act as educators to incorporate diversity as a value to the University curriculum and as advocates to identify and encourage discussion and action on key campus issues affecting diversity. In the role of catalyst, the Diversity Action Council challenges each member of the University community to hold ourselves and each other accountable to an institutional commitment to diversity, and we seek to establish an academic community and campus climate that assure freedom for each member to develop intellectually, physically, socially, and spiritually without impediment.

There are a number of ways for you to get involved in the Diversity Action Council. First, explore the list of involvement opportunities for suggested ways to participate. You could become a member of the DAC, work with us on a single event like those listed below, or join our e-mail list. We encourage each member of the Georgetown community to be involved in whatever way is most comfortable. Additionally, The Leadership in Education about Diversity program is looking for activists.

The Diversity Action Council works with faculty, staff, and students to better understand the Georgetown Community. Pursuant to this mission, the Assessment Committee has prepared several reports and summaries.

If you would like to provide feedback to the DAC, you may do so here.


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