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University Ministry’s first priority is to provide the Dominican community with opportunities and resources to support and grow in the Dominican Order’s four pillars—Community, Service, Study and Prayer. We aim to create a welcoming and integrated environment for our students and to reach out to the wider community.
The Center for Cultural Liberation exists to retain, support, and celebrate students from historically marginalized backgrounds. By fostering an inclusive campus climate that educates and challenges, the CCL upholds the longstanding social justice values of Dominican University.
The Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (ODEI) empowers individual members of the Dominican community in their efforts to create a just and humane campus; ODEI is dedicated to assisting the community in discovering how to live together, inclusively.
We offer free counseling, stress management and wellness services.
The counseling staff is part of an interdisciplinary team of licensed health professionals and graduate interns who work together to support your optimal health and well-being.
The fight against racism will take all of us, and one way to begin is by sharing AAPI stories, culture, food, experiences, and voices. As we work together to build an antiracist and equitable future, we hope the books on this page can teach, inspire, and strengthen. This list is not exhaustive, but it’s a place to start.
The Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center is proud to present We are not a stereotype, a video series for educators, by educators. This series explores and challenges the complexity surrounding the term Asian Pacific American, breaking it down into topics that span multiple timelines, geographies, and identities. Watch the Introduction above, or click here for their website.
Through relevant and engaging lesson plans and activities, the resources developed will seek to inspire a deeper understanding of the history, current experience, and future trajectory of our nation's fastest-growing demographic group. Important content and themes explored in the series will be used to teach concepts while meeting national content standards.
Lee & Low Books is the top publisher of Asian American children's books. Find award-winning books for young readers featuring Chinese, Korean, Indian, Japanese, Filipino, and Hmong cultures. Our collections offer a wide range of genres, including nonfiction biographies of important figures in Asian history and culture such as Su Dongpo, Sammy Lee, Anna May Wong, Bruce Lee, Soichiro Honda, Isamu Noguchi, and many more; page-turning fiction featuring Asian American main characters; and poetry. Jump in and find the perfect book for every reader!