The College of Liberal Arts encourages civic engagement, emphasizes global perspectives, and promotes diversity and inclusiveness. Through inclusive excellence, we lead our students, faculty and staff into spaces that fuel community, connection and conversation. To honor the complexities and intersections of the identities held on our campus, the following pages include conversations about DEI, connections to resources, and access to diverse communities that foster a sense of belonging and respect for all.
We cultivate, thinkers, creators, innovators and global leaders.
We aspire to be a leading college unified in excellence.
An Auburn University multidisciplinary project focused on the infamous “Bloody Sunday” civil rights event that occurred in Selma, Alabama, on March 7, 1965, is the recipient of an award as part of $28.4 million in humanities grants recently announced by the National Endowment for the Humanities.
A longtime athlete, Auburn man and accessibility advocate, Griffith works to make Auburn more accessible, and the university listens to what he has to say.
Launched in December 2017, Project Hometown was created by Belk to promote communities, to help families thrive, and to empower their stores and their associates to make a difference. BCPP was awarded $10,000 to go towards its programming, supplies, and outreach initiatives.
The Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work and the Office of Sustainability recently hosted the annual Social Justice Lecture Series with keynote speaker Catherine Coleman Flowers.
The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine have awarded Auburn $550,000 over the next five years to establish a Gulf Scholars Program on campus.
The Women of Distinction Awards recognize exceptional women who make significant contributions to their communities and beyond.
The College of Liberal Arts will host the 2023 Inclusive Excellence Conference on Wednesday, April 19, from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Melton Student Center.