We, as a council, work to eliminate barriers and to correct the effects of past discrimination,
whether intentional or not.
Those barriers include, but are not limited to, discrimination on the basis of race, sex (including gender identity / expression), color, religion, ancestry, national origin, age, ability or disability, veteran or military status, thinking style, skills, educational background, life experience, or sexual orientation.
Wright State University is committed to achieving an intellectual, cultural, and social environment on campus in which all are free to make their contribution. We will achieve an environment in which every individual may think, and learn, and grow without prejudice, without intimidation, and without discrimination. We will achieve an environment in which personal dignity and respect for the individual are recognized by all.