Working with IME as a peer education coordinator has taught me so many skills, including public speaking and networking with faculty and students. IME has also given me a community that surrounds me with love and support.

Sabrina Murray
Sociology and Anthropology | University Place, Washington
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IME has allowed me to create many meaningful connections with my peers and faculty on campus and has ultimately provided me with the opportunity to spread happiness.

Matthew Telles
Sociology and Anthropology | Denver, Colorado
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Our Office of Inclusion and Multicultural Engagement will give you a place to be seen and heard, and to challenge norms.

First-generation students, students of color, and allies find a solid community of support and empowerment led by the Office of Inclusion and Multicultural Engagement (IME). IME is dedicated to helping historically marginalized and underrepresented students achieve academic success and become critically conscious and inclusive leaders.

Programming includes the Great Expectations retreat during New Student Orientation, mentorship and peer education programs throughout the year, Wokeshops, and more.