Office of Diversity and Inclusion
Mary Grace A. Almandrez, Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion 315.443.4110
Rachel Scalisi, Executive Assistant 315.443.5465
Rashon Barksdale, 119 Euclid Graduate Scholar-in-Residence 315.443.4005
Eboni Britt, Executive Director, Strategic Communications and Initiatives 315.443.0476
Melanie Domanico, Assistant Director of Disability Access 315.443.1890
Curtis Edmonds, 119 Euclid Graduate Scholar-in-Residence 315.443.4005
William Myhill, Director of Disability Access and ADA Coordinator 315.443.6162
Sharlene Pinto, Access Specialist 315.443.5517
Pranali Shenvi, Data Migration Analyst
Char’lasia Williams, 119 Euclid Office and Coordinator 315.443.4005
The Center for Disability Resources (CDR), formerly known as the Office of Disability Service’s (ODS), provides disability-related resources for students that go beyond legal compliance.
The Center for International Services is the resource for international students, scholars and their dependents on issues related to immigration status, employment, cultural, social and academic concerns which impact your success at Syracuse University.
The Disability Cultural Center (DCC) coordinates campus-wide social, educational, and cultural activities on disability issues for students, faculty, staff, and community members with and without disabilities.
Provides information, resources, and guidance across the academic career, including support, faculty hiring, professional development, and recognition.
Hendricks Chapel is home to all student religious or spiritual groups on campus. These groups span a wide diversity of religious traditions and spiritual interests. Participation in religious groups is open to all students.
The Syracuse University Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Resource Center seeks to be a campus and regional leader delivering support, community, and education around marginalized genders and sexualities, and the complex intersections of our multiple identities.
Provides students, faculty and staff with authentic engagement opportunities that allow them to interact with the world around them.
The Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) provides the necessary support and guidance needed to encourage students to become members of a community respectful of differences.
Provides faculty, staff, and graduate students with an informal, confidential, impartial, and independent resource to address concerns or questions openly without fear of retaliation or judgment.
STOP Bias and Hate is a University-wide initiative that educates the campus community about bias and provides resources to report and receive support for bias-related incidents.