We promote diversity, inclusion and equity through educational, social, and service initiatives.
Office of Social Justice & Activism
Location: Student Affairs in Hanby Hall, 65 W. Home St.
Hours: Monday – Friday (8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.)
Contact: James E. Prysock, Director
The mission of the Office of Social Justice & Activism at Otterbein University is to foster a diverse and inclusive community while promoting the values of respect, open-mindedness, and personal and civic responsibility. We believe that participation in our program supports the academic, cultural and social needs of all populations. We strive to resolve systemic inequities for all members of the campus community through engaged research and education, expanding pathways for access and success, as well as promoting a healthy and engaging campus climate. By providing these opportunities for personal and professional growth, we seek to create a welcoming environment where students, faculty and staff can succeed, thrive and build meaningful relationships.
Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Events at Otterbein (#CardsStandTogether)
Typically, #CardsStandTogether events address issues of power, privilege and difference in terms of identities such as race, ethnicity, social class, gender, and sexual identity. For more information about the #CardsStandTogether program, visit our Equity & Inclusion page.