Emory & Henry College Welcomes All
We are advocates for social justice and equality.
We value a diverse community of students, staff and faculty and work to provide a campus environment where everyone feels welcomed and supported. We empower students regardless of race, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, religion or ability by actively involving them in inclusive academic and student life programs.
We support every student in finding their voice and in creating a positive impact on this college, on their own community and on the world.
Organizations & Resources
Campus Hate/Bias Response Team
The CHBRT will work in concert with the Office of DEI in providing educational programming and in being a supportive voice for our community in the event of a hate and/or bias incident.
We proudly partner with Sodexo and Spiritual Life to make sure all students’ dietary and religious needs are met. If you are looking to create a diet or dining plan that fits your religious, spiritual or dietary needs, please reach out directly to Sam Walker at email@example.com or Dave Brinegar at firstname.lastname@example.org for help in curating a dining plan to meet your needs.
If you are fasting for Ramadan or any other spiritual or religious reason, please reach out directly to Sam Walker or Dave Brinegar to create a plan for meeting your dining needs.
Diversity and Inclusion Year-End Ceremonies
Recognizing academic and personal excellence
Men of Excellence (M.O.E.)
Support and skills for men of color
Genders and Sexualities Alliance
Social and support organization for persons of all orientations
Inclusion & Dialogue Community Peers
Our student leaders build community through outreach and programming
Each One Reach One
Mentoring Program Mentors for first-year students
Multicultural Student Association (MSA)
An umbrella of several smaller student unions: Appalachian, Asian, Black,
First Generation College, Inter-faith/Non-Religion, Latinx, LGBTQ+, Native
American/Pacific Islander, Students with Disabilities, Women