Believing that we are members of a global community and that education must contribute to the creation of a just and peaceful work, Carlow accepts the challenge to be a multicultural community of learners. Multicultural for us means not only of many cultures but also of many religions, races, languages, nationalities, dialects, sexual orientations, and perceived socio-economic status. According to this broad definition, we believe that every facet of Carlow should be multicultural: curriculum, student life, composition of students, faculty, and staff. Most importantly, we believe that our attitudes and behavior must reflect a deep and active appreciation of multicultural diversity.
Carlow University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, disability, or age in its academic or non-academic programs, employment, and admissions. Questions about programs and procedures for students and employees with disabilities or questions about Title IX and matter related to sex discrimination may be directed to the Office of the Provost.