Classroom Inclusivity Series

The Classroom Inclusivity Series is a collaboration between various units across Rutgers University, organized and facilitated by The Office of Teaching Evaluation and Assessment Research and the University Equity and Inclusion Office. The purpose of the program is to promote Inclusive Scholarship and Teaching (as identified by the Rutgers University Diversity Priorities) and in particular to support a more well-rounded understanding of Classroom Inclusivity.

This digital space is dedicated to recognizing the many collaborative units that are a part of the Classroom Inclusivity Series. As advocates of inclusivity, equity, and accessibility in education, our program partners are essential in enriching academic environments and promoting Inclusive Scholarship and Teaching.

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Don't forget to check out our Badge Awardee page, where we showcase all of the Classroom Inclusivity Series badge earners.

Meet Our Partners


University Equity and Inclusion

The University Equity and Inclusion Office helps lead campus-wide efforts to advance diversity and inclusion, emphasize diversity education and outreach to promote personal and professional growth to foster a climate of inclusion within a diverse community, and establishes partnerships to support coordination with existing campus diversity efforts.

Dean of Students

Office of the Dean of Students - NB

Through a student-centered network of departments and staff, the Offices of the Dean of Students provide integrated solutions, services, and support to enhance the student experience at Rutgers University–New Brunswick.

Tyler Clementi Center

The Tyler Clementi Center for Diversity Education and Bias Prevention

The Tyler Clementi Center serves as a campus resource that promotes understanding and engagement on issues related to diversity and bias prevention, and increasing the capacity of the campus community to engage across differences.

NB Undergraduate Office

SAS-NB Office of Undergraduate Education

The SAS Office of Undergraduate Education handles matters of curriculum and instruction, and provides resources and support for faculty and administrators.


Rutgers Access and Disability Resources (RADR)

Rutgers Access and Disability Resources works with administrators, faculty, staff, and students throughout the university community to provide information and resources necessary to allow disabled students to pursue their academic, personal, and professional goals while at Rutgers.

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Center for Research on Ending Violence - Rutgers School of Social Work

The Center for Research on Ending Violence strives to eliminate all forms of violence and the power imbalances that permit them through a collaborative approach that focuses on multidisciplinary research, education, and community engagement.

RU Global

Rutgers Global - Office of International Academic Success

Rutgers Global–International Academic Success (IAS) aims to enhance the academic success of international students at Rutgers University, primarily by coordinating programming across the university and helping students navigate a complex university structure.

IT Accessibility

Office of IT Accessibility

The Office of IT Accessibility offers documentation, training, tools, and other services to help ensure that university content, programs, and activities are accessible.


P3 Collaboratory

The P3 Collaboratory for Pedagogy, Professional Development, and Publicly-Engaged Scholarship at Rutgers University-Newark focuses on institutional interventions that support holistic faculty development over the lifecycle of an academic career.


Teaching & Learning with Technology

Teaching and Learning with Technology focuses on creating an active community of practice among faculty and staff who teach and develop online and hybrid courses, along with those who use instructional technologies, to enrich the face-to-face learning environment.


Counseling, Alcohol and Other Drug Assistance Program & Psychiatric Services (CAPS)

CAPS acts as a university mental health support service. They provide a broad spectrum of services which include crisis intervention, individual therapy, group therapy, a variety of workshops, alcohol and other drug assistance programs, psychiatric care (medication management), and community referrals.


Teaching Assistant Project

The Teaching Assistant Project (TAP) is designed to strengthen the quality of undergraduate and graduate instruction through the preparation of graduate student teaching assistants on matters pertaining to classroom management, pedagogical best practices, and professionalism in academia.

Veteran Services

Office of Veteran and Military Programs and Services

The Office of Veteran and Military Programs and Services (OVMPS) at Rutgers University works to provide an inclusive and supportive environment for our military-affiliated community.


RBHS Office of Disability Services

The Office of Disability Services is committed to the elimination of physical, instructional, and attitudinal barriers by promoting awareness and understanding throughout the university community.


Rutgers Student Health - Health Outreach, Promotion & Education (HOPE)

Health Outreach, Promotion & Education (HOPE) works to advance health and wellness at Rutgers University through community engagement and innovation.


Rutgers School of Management and Labor Relations

The School of Management and Labor Relations seeks to influence the world beyond Rutgers in promoting just and effective practices in the workplace and beyond.