Diversity Resources

The following links to campus and community resources are provided to help promote and enhance respect for diversity within the UO Early Intervention Program's academic and social activities. Students as well as administrators and staff can find resources for supporting and strengthening a diverse environment within EIP, including everything from campus policies and procedures to ways to have positive interactions.

Cultural Competency

The Early Childhood Research Institute on Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS) can be a resource. The materials and resources available on the site reflect the intersection of culture and language, disabilities and child development.

AUCD Cultural Competency & Inclusion Resources


UO UCEDD / UO Disability Community Page

The University of Oregon hosts a vibrant cross Disability Community including research, preparing students to enter professions centered around people with disability and disability related industries, as well as a wide range of student groups and supports.

UO Accessible Education Center

The Accessible Education Center (formerly Disability Services) is part of the Undergraduate Studies Division of Academic Affairs. Our new name, effective Fall 2011, better reflects the broad scope of attention and support to individual students and the emphasis on systemic change to increase accessibility and inclusivity across campus. We are located in 164 Oregon Hall and welcome appointments from students, as well as inquiries from parents, and consultations with faculty/staff.

Diversity: University of Oregon

The University of Oregon Division of Equity and Inclusion promotes inclusive excellence by working to ensure equitable access to opportunities, benefits, and resources for all faculty, administrators, students, and community members.

Financial Aid

The Diversity Excellence Scholarship (DES) recognizes the academic achievement and potential of students who, through sharing their varied cultural perspectives, will enhance the education of all UO students and the excellence of the University. The University of Oregon offers these tuition-remission scholarships as part of our diversity mission.

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgendered

UOut is the home of the vibrant LGBTQIA community. Their goal is to inform, engage, and connect the UO LGBTQIA community. You can find support, get involved with activities, find scholarships, or report bias and/or harrassment from their website.


Men make up one of the underrepresented groups within the Early Intervention Program, representing 8.3% of Masters students, 0.0% of Doctoral students, and 14.7% of faculty/staff. The EI Program encourages men to enroll in its academic degree and licensure programs and to apply for available faculty or staff positions.

Native American

UO center for Native American Students: As part of the University of Oregon's strong commitment to creating an inclusive, welcoming environment for learning, teaching, and expression, the UO encourages Native American students to apply for admission. Through a variety of programs, services, and initiatives, the UO seeks to create a welcoming and supportive campus atmosphere for Native American students.


The mission of the ASUO Women's Center is to advocate for the best educational and working environment for the women at the University of Oregon. We accomplish this by working toward societal change and the end of oppression and by supporting personal growth.