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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

The University of Hartford welcomes diverse individuals no matter their race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, age, physical abilities, religion, or politics. This diversity forms and enhances our community – a community that we affirm in our values statement.

The University is deeply committed to ongoing efforts to cultivate a welcoming campus climate that is inclusive, and an environment where students, faculty, and staff feel supported and safe.

Our Diversity

our diversity

UHart is committed and continually striving to be a campus on which every diverse individual is treated fairly and respectfully, has equal access to opportunities and resources, and is enabled and encouraged to contribute fully to campus life.

In 2019-20, our student body of 6,794 came to campus from 50 states and 51 countries. Fifty-two percent identified as female. In our undergraduate population (4,810) 16.4 percent were Black or African American, 14.7 percent were Hispanic, 4.2 percent were Asian, and 6.3 percent were international students. 

Of UHart’s 362 full-time faculty, 198 identified as male and 164 as female. Thirty-eight faculty were Asian, 12 were Black, and 11 Hispanic. 

Inclusion Initiatives

The Office of Student Engagement and Inclusion is dedicated to providing student-centered support programs, events, and tools that allow for personal growth.

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Women's Advancement

Through education and leadership programs, research and scholarship opportunities, and career connections and experiences, this initiative positions women for success.

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International Center

Whether you're planning to study abroad or looking for support as an international student, our International Center provides many resources that allow our students to prosper.

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Diversity in our Curriculum

diversity in our curriculum

As part of UHart's nationally recognized interdisciplinary general education program, all students are required to take one diversity designated course.

Office of Student Engagement and Inclusion

student engagement and inclusion

The Office of Student Engagement and Inclusion was introduced in 2019 to better align UHart resources with the diverse needs of students. Cultivating interconnected and inclusive communities that actively promote respect for all individuals and act intentionally with integrity results in more robust programming for students in collaboration with faculty and staff. It leverages decades of student-focused staff experience, with a goal of offering programs and services focused on creating co-curricular learning opportunities that enhance the personal, educational, leadership, cultural and social development for our students.