In a beloved community, all members are working together, and are heard, respected, and valued.
-- President Holloway

President Jonathan Holloway describes Rutgers as a beloved community, one in which all members are working together and are heard, respected, and valued. A beloved community is a diverse and inclusive one, complex, in pursuit of perfection, and committed to nurturing the aspirations that advance that pursuit.

As an integral part of the university’s central leadership, the University Equity and Inclusion Office provides accountability and encouragement to our beloved community as together we build a better Rutgers through diversity.

Rutgers University–New Brunswick is committed to building an inclusive community that embodies, reflects, and respects the complexities of all our parts. Discover resources and programming below that will help achieve these goals as we work together to build the community where we can all succeed.


Diversity at Rutgers ; Undergraduate Support ; Resources for Staff ; Resources for Faculty ; External Resources ; General Resources ; Graduate Support ; Students - Learning more about issues of diversity, equity and inclusion ; Students - Finding a safe space and inclusive community, and programs/events related to social justice on campus ;