The Office of Diversity & Inclusion (ODI) is committed to creating and maintaining safe and inclusive spaces on campus for all students, faculty, and staff of Colorado State University. The ODI provides leadership, partnership, support and resources for many diversity initiatives here at CSU. Given the size, complexity, and collegial nature of the University, ODI does not do this alone. Many key partners throughout the University are dedicated to fostering diversity and inclusion. ODI also works to ensure equal opportunity and compliance with related governmental requirements and anti-discrimination laws.


The Office of Diversity & Inclusion (ODI) is the principal means within the Executive Branch to coordinate diversity & inclusion policies across the diverse entities that make up CSU.

The key partners of the ODI are organized under six primary offices: Asian Pacific American Cultural Center, Black/African American Cultural Center, El Centro, Pride Resource Center, Native American Cultural Center, Student Disability Center, and Women and Gender Advocacy Center.

Student Affairs

The Division of Student Affairs fosters a campus community that supports students in the development of their unique potential, inspiring them to be active learners, successful graduates, and engaged global citizens.

Office of International Programs

The Office of International Programs creates and fosters international activities supporting teaching, learning, research and engagement throughout Colorado State University. This mission is accomplished through a broad array of programs and services designed to provide international experiences for all CSU students, scholars, faculty and staff.

Make a Bias Report

The University is committed to maintaining an environment free from unlawful discrimination or harassment and your reports enable the University to assess the campus climate and promptly respond to incidents. Bias incidents are actions committed against a person or group that are motivated in whole or in part, by bias against the person’s or group’s sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, race, religion, or disability or other protected class. Bias incidents may or may not be hate crimes. Hate crimes are criminal offenses motivated in whole or in part, by bias against the person’s protected class.

Contact the Director of Diversity and Inclusion

For questions and/or concerns related inclusive excellence within ASCSU or the CSU campus, please contact the Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer.