The David Eccles School of Business is committed to fostering an inclusive culture by embracing diversity and equity in all its forms. It’s important that our students, staff, faculty and guests feel included and represented at the Eccles School.
We insist on a climate of diversity, equity and inclusion, not just because it creates a safe place for everyone, but because we’re all better and more empathetic people when we learn what it’s like to live in someone else’s shoes.
Because of this, the David Eccles School of Business and the University of Utah offer clubs, events, initiatives and many other resources to foster an inclusive environment.
“Our work and aspiration is for the David Eccles School of Business to be one of the most respected business schools in the world. It’s a goal we know we can reach through effective collaboration and drawing upon one another’s strengths…”
The David Eccles School of Business and the University of Utah’s campus-wide diversity initiatives contribute to a richer overall campus climate, attract academic and professional talent, and strengthen the U’s ability to educate the next generation of leaders.
Leaders, experts and educators who drive the University’s efforts to create a safe and welcoming campus climate.
Honoring the complexities of women’s identities, the WRC facilitates choices and changes through programs, counseling and training grounded in a commitment to advance social justice and equality.
Seeks to provide a safe environment for students, faculty, staff, alumni and community members to promote, educate, and develop programs centering on sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression.
The American Indian Resource Center provides support to American Indian students toward achieving success in an academically competitive environment as they strive to reach their full potential. The organization offers academic advising, scholarships and peer-to-peer counseling.
As a major research university, the University of Utah has multiple missions, including developing future global leaders. To do so, it is necessary that we create and maintain a university community where individuals are comfortable working and learning. Human beings function at their best in an environment that is rich in diversity and celebrates that diversity. The Division of Human Resources provides services and programs to members of the university in partnership with other entities to create and maintain a diverse and highly productive workforce.
Dedicated to the University of Utah’s commitment to provide a fair and equitable environment for individuals to pursue their academic and professional endeavors and to equally access University programs.
A central hub dedicated to supporting the advancement of women, minorities, LGBT individuals and people with disabilities secure careers and grow in their industry.
The U offers targeted resources to aid undocumented students in navigating their college career. Learn about staff support and HB 144, the bill allowing undocumented students access to in-state tuition. These resources are also useful for faculty, staff and community members who want to support undocumented students’ success and access to college.
The Opportunity Scholars program contributes to the educational experience at the Eccles School by introducing students with diverse backgrounds and experiences into the classroom.
The program provides retention resources such as tutors, mentors, internships, advising, career services, service-learning projects, community outreach, networking opportunities, counseling and financial assistance.
Offers mentorship, educational support and financial aid opportunities throughout scholars’ four-year college career. The program is geared toward assisting academically-focused high school students coming from socioeconomically disadvantaged backgrounds in their progress toward a degree.
The Business Scholars program is designed to immerse a select group of students, beginning freshman year, into business disciplines. With an emphasis on experiential learning, Business Scholars work with top faculty members to explore the challenges facing companies in marketing, entrepreneurship, accounting, finance, information systems and management.
Please share with us your thoughts or ideas on how to make the Eccles School more inclusive.