Minnesota State University, Mankato has a strong feminist community as well as an institutional commitment to addressing diversity issues.
The Commission on Diversity is an extension of President Edward Inch's commitment that Minnesota State Mankato be a place where different cultures and perspectives are welcomed, appreciated and incorporated into the fabric of university life.
The Counseling Center is here to help you navigate any difficulties going on personally, socially or in school.
Diversity and Inclusion supports a multicultural educational experience for students, faculty, staff and the greater community by encouraging access, opportunity and success. We support students and build leaders for a global society. Diversity is who we are and what we do.
- Accessibility Resources
- African American Affairs
- American Indian Affairs
- Asian American Affairs
- Latinx Affairs
- LGBT Center
- Violence Awareness Response Program
- Women’s Center
The Gender and Women's Studies Program at Minnesota State University, Mankato contributes to feminist and social concerns through undergraduate and graduate degree programs and courses. We appeal to a wide variety of disciplines, professions, research interests, and ideological perspectives. Gender and Women's Studies prepares students for careers in human services, the media, community organizing, and education, among many possibilities.
You should feel safe at Minnesota State Mankato. We are committed to preventing sexual violence, discrimination and harassment, and we will respond quickly, completely and compassionately to all reports of sexual misconduct.
University Security advances the mission of Minnesota State University, Mankato by maintaining a safe and secure living, learning and working environment in partnership with the community we serve.