At OHSU, we believe diversity means creating a community of inclusion. That is why we are committed to building an environment where students from historically underrepresented populations can thrive and maximize their potential. The Center for Diversity and Inclusion collaborates with schools and other programs or departments to provide the following services.
It Takes a Community: A Medical Student Guide To Diversity & Inclusion
The guide released in August 2020 was developed and publish by MD program student leaders to help learners find information, learn new skills, and
connect with other students and faculty to support diversity at OHSU.
Health Justice Co-op space
The Health Justice Co-op provides a safe space for students from marginalized communities, designed to foster collaborations that will advance justice in health care and education. The HJC was developed by students of color and of the LGBTQ community and faculty out of a clear response to students' experiences of racism and marginalization on campus and a need for a place designed to support community and collaboration.
- Open to all OHSU learners.
- Open daily, space can be reserved through the OHSU Library.
- Location: RLSB 4A005
Reserve space through the OHSU Library. Events that serve underrepresented communities will receive priority.
We offer academic advising to prospective college students interested in OHSU academic programs.
Students and employees from outside the U.S. can receive services and information, including immigration advice, from the Office of International Affairs.
The Center for Diversity and Inclusion is proud to sponsor several internships for students of color, as well as students from underrepresented or underserved populations.
The Office for Student Access supports the University's mission and value of diversity by providing equal access to its programs and services for students who experience a disability.
Student Interest Groups
OHSU is home to local chapters of distinguished national student organizations, as well as other diverse student interest groups--all with a goal of building a stronger community.