The Division of Inclusion and Community Engagement is comprised of four campus offices.
The Division Office
fosters relationships between the campus, community, and regional partners. The team cultivates connections with local organizations and businesses, enhancing the campus experience. The division office works to promote the success of Collegeville and the surrounding community in which we live and work.
Institute for Inclusion and Equity
provides college-wide strategy and planning for all members of the Ursinus family. The IIE supports student organizations and activities serving historically excluded populations and affinity groups, and provides educational and cultural programs for the campus community.
Office of Disability and Access
serves students with any kind of disability, whether learning, emotional, physical, or cognitive. The office provides reasonable accommodations for accessing academic, social, or residential aspects of the college environment. The team supports UC Possibilities and other student groups and programs.
Office of Religious and Spiritual Life
provides interfaith programs and supports all members of the campus, coordinating with several spiritual and religious campus groups.
Ursinus Center for Advocacy, Responsibility, and Engagement (UCARE)
is a hub for community engagement and social advocacy at Ursinus designed to help students develop as thoughtful and responsible civic leaders, attuned to the context, strengths, and needs of the communities in which they serve. UCARE partners with more than 30 community agencies to provide hands-on service opportunities and trainings.