Diversity & Inclusion
NSU University School welcomes students and faculty who represent cultures and traditions from all over the world. We understand that a diverse campus not only enriches the educational experience, but also turns students into global-minded citizens and leaders.
Commitment to Diversity
Our school is committed to educating students to be citizens in a diverse and inclusive global community. With a focus on social-emotional learning, our students develop empathy, a respect for and an understanding of those with different backgrounds and perspectives, while also learning to advocate for themselves and others.
A Community of Individuals
At USchool, we work together to build an environment that welcomes, values, and respects every member of our community regardless of age, ability, culture, race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, and socio-economic background. Our students come to us from across the nation and from around the world, bringing a diversity of perspectives to classroom discussions and student life.
Diversity & Inclusion Statement
NSU University School’s commitment to diversity and inclusion ensures that all students, faculty, staff, and families are treated with respect and are equally celebrated for their unique identities, backgrounds, abilities, values, talents, and experiences. We encourage thoughtful and meaningful discussion to create an equitable and engaging environment that offers students and staff access and opportunity to realize their full potential.
We understand that our school community will be enriched by embracing equity and social justice. As such, the school expects students and staff to work together in building an inclusive community. Students are encouraged to explore different cultures, interests, and perspectives through innovative educational experiences designed to teach understanding and acceptance. Our goal is to inspire and prepare them to thrive in a complex, multicultural, and global society.
Culture and Identity Clubs
NSU University School has more than 50 clubs, many of which were created to celebrate the differences within our community.