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Student Programs and Activities

The Office of Student Diversity and Inclusion provides various programs and services to both undergraduate and graduate students.  Contact Katrina Fludd at kfludd1@babson.edu for more information or to get involved.

Student Support & Advocacy

The office provides support and advice on personal and social matters, and refers students to the appropriate campus and community resources.

Cultural Celebrations

The Office of Student Diversity and Inclusion works with organizations and departments to sponsor events throughout the academic year that recognize and celebrate the rich, multicultural fabric of our campus. The MLK Jr. Legacy Day, Black History Month, Women’s History Month and the Multicultural Fair are among them.

Community Unity Educators (CUES)

Community Unity Educators are student leaders that uphold and implement the mission of the Office of Student Diversity and Inclusion through facilitating collaboration between student groups and being change agents for inclusivity inside the classroom and around campus.

Babson OpenHouse

This is a bi-weekly event where community members gather in a safe space to share experiences and engage in dialogue concerning the LGBTQ community at Babson.

Diversity Leadership Mentoring

This program matches upperclassmen with incoming first-year students to provide mentorship and support in adjusting to a new environment. Student