Inclusion Supports at Innis
All of us need to belong. All of us need to be welcomed, accepted, and respected for who we are within any community. Since Innis opened its doors in 1964, inclusivity of students, faculty, staff, and the wider community has always underpinned our approach to student success.
We recognize, however, that inclusivity must be intentional and directed, driven by supports, resources, and opportunities like the ones offered below. It is important that people of different races, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, ability, and faith receive equitable access to all that our community has to offer.
The following is a work in progress. We welcome your feedback.