Campus Collaborations

Campus Collaborations

In order to be most effective in our work, the Center welcomes collaborative efforts with students, organizations and departments on campus. If you are interested in working with our center, please email

DEI Black Students

If you are interested in student clubs that support diversity, equity and inclusion, we encourage you to visit our Student Organizations page to learn more about the following groups:

  • Black Student Union (BSU)
  • Gay Straight Alliance (GSA)
  • Geckos in Action
  • Go Green GateWay
  • Hispanic Student Organization (HSO)
  • Inter-Tribal Club
  • Male Empowerment Network (MEN)
  • Women Rising

DEI Black History Month

Community Partnerships

In addition to our collaborations within GateWay, the center welcomes and seeks out collaborations with members of our surrounding community that advance social justice in our community. If you are interested in working with the Center for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, please contact our coordinator, Zach Romo, at

Tracking Campus Action

While the Center cannot manage every part of campus, we do our best to track DEI efforts and initiatives across campus, and communicate our progress to the GateWay community. Through this ongoing process, we hope to celebrate our achievements, and identify opportunities for our college to improve.

If you are interested in our current campus goals related to diversity, equity, and inclusion, click here to view our Social Justice & Equity Alliance’s Action Plan.

Student DEI Advisory Board

In order to develop a stronger campus culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion, we seek critical and constructive insights from our students. The Student DEI Advisory Board consists of students who serve one year terms and participate in bi-monthly meetings to discuss issues relating to diversity, equity, and inclusion within the student experience, and how the college can address them. More details will be provide on this in the coming months.

Native American Dancing

Hispanic College Days

Women Rising