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Oklahoma State University is a land-grant institution committed to excellence in diversity and inclusion. We strive to maintain a welcoming and inclusive environment that appreciates and values all members of the University community. 
OSU is home to many diverse organizations specifically tailored towards its faculty and staff. We are committed to generating an all inclusive atmosphere to ensure the sucess of everyone in our Cowboy family.

Diversity-related faculty and staff organizations

Black Faculty and Staff Association

Black Faculty and Staff Association (BFSA) serves as a resource for African-American faculty, staff, and students at Oklahoma State University through the promotion of professional development, mentoring, networking, wellness, scholarships and programs that emphasize the legacy and traditions of the African-American community.

Native American Faculty and Staff Association

The OSU Native American Faculty and Staff Association (NAFSA) gives OSU Native Americans a voice in the university community by advising the OSU administration on issues affecting Native Americans.

Veterans Faculty and Staff

 We meet on the 3rd Tuesday of every month, in room 117 of Thatcher Hall.

Women's Faculty Council

The Women's Faculty Council (WFC) works to improve the status of women at OSU by being advocates for women through educational programming, award funding, research, and career support. 

Fellowship of Christian Faculty and Staff

 Our mission is to encourage faculty, staff, and students to explore the relevance of Jesus Christ to the academy and to extend His love and grace to those within it.

Asian Faculty and Staff

The objectives of AAFSA are to promote fellowship, engage in social and cultural activities deemed appropriate, liaise with other cultural/civic/ethnic/ international organizations, serve as liaison between OSU faulty and staff or Asian origin, as well as between the Stillwater and broader Oklahoma community.

Employee Queers & Allies League

Our mission is to establish through our presence and visibility, a safe, supportive and equitable environment for all lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, allied, and other inclusive (LGBTQA+) employees and students of OSU.

Hispanic/Latin American Faculty and Staff

HFSA hopes to enlighten and inform students, faculty, and staff to the variety which one can find in Hispanic culture, and its contributions to our society. 

Curriculum Programs

Gender/Women’s Studies

We are a vibrant academic program offering a minor for undergraduates, support for curricular development and research by faculty, and opportunities to collaborate with community and campus partners who are intrigued by how gender shapes the world.

Africana Studies

The goal of the Center is to serve as a primary scholarly resource for OSU students, faculty, and staff who are seeking to gain knowledge and information related to Africa and its Diaspora.

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