Building a community where all can flourish
“As a community of teachers and learners, we are called to ask the hard questions, listen to and amplify voices that aren’t being heard, and pursue solutions to complex problems facing society. The College of Arts & Letters is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion — changing the culture and climate on campus and fighting inequality through research, education, and outreach.” — Sarah Mustillo, I.A. O’Shaughnessy Dean of the College of Arts and Letters.
Our commitment to diversity and inclusion at Notre Dame is inextricably tied to our Catholic mission, which calls us to respect the dignity of every person, to work toward the common good, and to stand in solidarity with the most vulnerable and marginalized members of our community.