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DEI 2.0 Strategic Plan
The LSA DEI 2.0 Strategic Plan builds upon college initiatives to increase access to higher education, improve policies to support equity, support DEI knowledge, and support career development. The plan was formed using input and recommendations from LSA students, staff, and faculty.
Tag along with current students as they walk through a day in their life at LSA. While every LSA experience is unique, all students have opportunities to explore what interests them the most.
Ready to Meet the Moment?
Big challenges take big ideas and bold approaches. Discover how LSA is meeting the moment of our time and tackling the issues that need us now.
LSA Legacy Match Challenge
Increase the value of your planned gift to the college and make an impact right away. The opportunity to match your gift won’t last forever, so jump in and make a difference now AND in the future.
Spotlight on LSA
1963 was one of the most significant years of the Civil Rights Era.
Our writers crafted a series of stories throughout last year to mark the 60th anniversary of that year and the echoes of that era that we still hear today. What has changed? What hasn't? And what did Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech mean to one little girl in Detroit?
Art and Resistance
The arts shape cultural and political narratives, challenge dominant regimes, bring joy and comfort, shape our lives. Late-night book writing, a platform for once-unheard voices of slaves, a re-envisioning of what it means to be a dancer—in all of these ways and many more, the arts have the power to change hearts and minds. To embolden new voices. To bring about peace and to shine a light on tumult. To reflect. To resist.