Free Speech and Viewpoint Diversity

At the University of Colorado, we teach students how to think, not what to think. Among our guiding principles is the promotion of faculty, student and staff diversity to ensure the rich interchange of ideas that includes diverse political, geographic, cultural, intellectual and philosophical perspectives. We also regard freedom of expression on our campuses as one of our underlying values, and encourage the use of reason and debate when encountering divergent perspectives and opinions.

CU Board of Regents meeting

Board Given Update on Diversity Resolution

The CU Board of Regents did not vote on a proposed resolution that had been referred to its Governance and University Affairs committees last month, noting that it was up to the committees to bring it to the full board.
Group photo from August's regents meetnig
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Regents hear progress report on diversity, equity and inclusion efforts

Current and future efforts to address issues of diversity, equity and inclusion within the University of Colorado community are broad and deep, CU leadership reported to members of the Board of Regents.
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Regents seeking climate survey by end of semester

The survey, a follow-up to a 2014 climate survey, will again be distributed to students, faculty and staff at the university and has been endorsed by Faculty Council.