Defining diversity at O'Neill IUPUI
We live in a diverse society. At the O’Neill School, we encourage education about and awareness of how others think, live, and express themselves. Our faculty and staff members are committed to developing students who are well-educated, innovative, and engaged residents and leaders who embrace the many dimensions of diversity.
We recognize that Black lives matter; that no person should live in fear, regardless of ethnicity, religious practice, or immigration status; that women should be part of the decision-making process in all areas of society; that every person has the right to express who they are and love whom they choose; and that a person's abilities should never limit what they can accomplish.
We are dedicated to supporting under-resourced students because we believe that where you come from should not dictate where you can go.
We are dedicated to the ideals of equity and justice. And we believe that everyone associated with the O’Neill School is obligated to call out racism and discrimination in all its forms and in every venue, whether in our streets or in our own hallways, offices, and classrooms.