Thank you for your interest in learning about navigating diversity recruitment through a more inclusive and equitable lens. This toolkit was created as a result of many conversations across campus as well as with our colleagues across the country. We hope this toolkit can provide you with resources to answer the question: “How can our organization effectively recruit diverse talent?”

The below resources are inclusive of programs and processes that are currently available to you through the University of Denver community as well as global, national and local resources from a variety of authors, speakers, and organizations. It is our hope that you can utilize these tools to help engage your colleagues, leaders and organizations in conversations and actions that lead to diverse, equitable and inclusive workplaces. While this is centered around recruitment best practices, the intent may take you far beyond that single process. We encourage you to share information about your organization’s DE&I strategies, ask us questions about our initiatives, or reach out if you have questions about these resources. We are by no means experts, but we are excited to learn alongside you in collaboration to support your recruitment strategies.

To further connect with our team on DE&I initiatives and partnerships, email our Employer Connection team at


DU Resources

Please let us know if you have any questions or would like to be connected directly to one of the
offices/resources below.

  • DE&I at DU, Resource List

    • Equity Labs – Equity Labs provides workshops on diversity, equity, and inclusion to aid teams of business and non-profit change agents to actualize equity in their organization
    • Student Organizations  – This page connects you to all DU student organizations, including affinity groups
    • Disability Services Program (DSP) Resources – The Disability Services Program works to provide equitable opportunities to all University of Denver students by approving and providing accommodations to students with a documented disability
    • Collegiate Recovery Center – The Collegiate Recovery Center works to support students going through recovery from substance use disorders
    • Cultural Center – The Cultural Center invites the celebration of differences and provides a number of diversity resources
    • IRISE – The Interdisciplinary Research Institute for the Study of (in)Equality works toward racial justice through research, scholarship, and creative work
    • DEI presenter document

Outside Resources – Training and Development

We hope that these resources are helpful for progressing the conversation at your organization as well
as your own personal and professional growth. We understand that this is not an all inclusive list of
identity groups or resources for recruiting diverse talent and creating an inclusive and equitable culture
and welcome any additions or suggestions you might have. We will continue to vet and update this page
on a continuous basis as we learn and grow ourselves.

  • General

  • Diversity Terminology and Information

  • AAPI (Asian American and Pacific Islander) Employees

  • Black Employees

  • Employees with Disabilities

  • Women Employees

  • First Generation Employees

  • International Employees

  • LGBTQ+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer) Employees

  • Native or Indigenous Employees

  • Veteran Employees

  • Latinx Employees

  • Religious Minority Employees

  • Neurodivergent Employees