At UW-Eau Claire, we make a point to celebrate and acknowledge diverse populations throughout the year. With events designed to educate campus and honor the histories, struggles and accomplishments of people from a range of marginalized populations. We understand that it is our differences that can make us a stronger campus, and continual efforts to make sure all Blugold students, faculty and staff feel validated and valued is a priority here.
Annual diversity celebrations and recognitions
LatinX Heritage Month
Indigenous People's Day
Honoring Education Powwow
National Coming Out Day
Latin American and Latinx Studies Week
Schneider Disability Forum
American Indian Heritage Month
Black History Month
Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month
Forum & Artist Series
Hmong Heritage Month
Native American Heritage Month
Before I came to UW-Eau Claire, I didn’t think much about my cultural identity. Now, I cherish my culture. I’m committed to being an advocate for marginalized communities.
Blugolds helping Blugolds
There is a long and proud history at UW-Eau Claire of Blugolds helping Blugolds — students eager to make change, help others be heard and make UW-Eau Claire an even better place for all its students.
Hear from recent Blugolds on what inspired them to be leaders — and all they are doing to improve equity, diversity and inclusion here on campus and in our community.