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The ACCESS Program for Women in Science & Mathematics
The ACCESS Program for Women in Science & Mathematics, a College of Science program, provides aspiring women from a wide variety of backgrounds with a supportive path into STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) majors and careers through a scholarship award, first-year learning experience, and an extensive network that fosters academic success through their undergraduate education.


Three Women Graduating Women's Enrollment Initiative  
 The Women's Enrollment Initiative, a university-wide program, is designed to recruit, retain, and graduate   women through a network of support that provides opportunities and creates innovative partnerships that   positively impact the full range of experiences for women as they pursue their educational and professional   goals. 



 SACNASSociety for Advancing Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS)  
 SACNAS is a national organization dedicated to fostering the success of underrepresented undergraduate   students, graduate students, and postdocs on campus to pursue advanced degrees, careers, and positions
 of leadership in science. It has an active University of Utah chapter.  




 Women's Resource Center

 Women's Resource Center (WRC)
 The Women's Resource Center at the University of Utah serves as the central resource for educational and   support services for women. 








American Indian Resource Center

American Indian Resource Center (AIRC)
The American Indian Resource Center at the University of Utah advocates for American Indian and Alaska Native students through recruitment and retention projects that lead to graduation.



Black Cultural Center

 Black Cultural Center (BCC)
 The Black Cultural Center at the University of Utah seeks to counteract persistent campus-wide and global
 anti-blackness. It works to holistically enrich, educate, and advocate for students, faculty, and staff through   Black-centered programming, culturally affirming educational initiatives, and retention strategies.




Center for Ethnic Student Affairs (CESA)  
The University of Utah Center for Ethnic Student Affairs supports first-year students and beyond through a personalized campus orientation, regular interactions with faculty and staff of color, academic advising, multiple mentoring relationships, and off-campus community engagement opportunities. 


 LGBT Resource Center

 LGBTQ+ Resource Center  
 The LGBTQ+ Resource Center at the U acts in accountability with the campus community by identifying the   needs of people with a queer range of (a) gender and (a) sexual experiences and responding with university-   wide services.




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 out in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (oSTEM)  
 oSTEM at the University of Utah is committed to helping LGBTQ+ students in STEM fields. 




Office for Equity and Diversity  
The University of Utah Office for Equity and Diversity leads the U's efforts in creating a safe and welcoming campus climate. 




 Graduate and Advanced Lady Scientists (GALS)  
 GALS is an organization for graduate and post-graduate women in science at the U. 







Last Updated: 6/20/19