Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Pathways for Success

As outlined by Boston University Diversity & Inclusion (BU D&I), BU’s story “is constantly evolving, informed by a rich history of inclusion and a present day influenced by thousands of unique perspectives.” BU D&I works collaboratively, with academic leaders across Boston University, including the College of Fine Arts, with a goal of building a positive and inclusive campus environment, ensuring “pathways to success and participation are open to every member of the BU community.”

Learn more about BU’s commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and antiracism.

BU Diversity

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Initiatives at CFA

BU’s Student Resources

With hundreds of clubs and organizations, housing based on shared interests, and a curriculum that values experiential and collaborative learning, there are countless ways to connect.

If you’re first in your family to attend college, you can find hundreds of students just like you through our first-generation student program. If you’re looking for a welcoming place to discuss the issues of the day, from race to gender to politics, there’s a conversation waiting for you at the Howard Thurman Center for Common Ground. And if you have a physical disability, our Disability & Access Services will make sure nothing stands in your way.

While far from exhaustive, find below a link to BU resources for students.

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A Crowdsourced Cultural Guide to Boston

From wellness resources to restaurant tips, Boston University has put out the call for local recommendations in an effort to share Boston’s cultural and community resources with current and prospective Terriers…and nearly 35,000 students and more than 10,000 faculty and staff answered.

The result is a robust, searchable online resource: The Curated, Crowdsourced, Cultural Guide to Boston. Experience the diverse and dynamic city of Boston with BU’s crowdsourced, curated cultural guide.

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