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Religiously Affiliated

Racial/Ethnic Identities Women International Students

Veterans and Service Members Students with Disabilities

Undocumented Students Religiously Affiliated

First Gen Students LGBTQ+

Campus Resources

Area Association of Religious Communities (AARC): An alliance of religious groups that unite around the common purpose of serving the spiritual needs of students, faculty and staff of UConn.

Office of Diversity and Inclusion: The Office of Diversity and Inclusion provides online resources for students, as well as open office hours throughout the semester.

General Information and Resources

U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission includes fact sheets related to the workplace

U.S. Department of Labor includes information about Religious Discrimination and Accommodation in the workplace

Anti-Defamation League fact sheet about rights and obligations for religious accommodation in the workplace

Professional Associations and Networking Groups

Baha’i Professionals Group: A LinkedIn group to foster networking amongst Baha’i professionals worldwide

Buddhist Business Network (BBN): Mission is to generate business within Buddhist community through networking opportunities, promote business practices in accordance with the Dhamma through education, and participate in fund raising activities

Jewish Business Network: Offers direct business networking, mentorship opportunities, and professional development events

Christian Business Network: Contains resources, networking opportunities, and professional services

Muslim Urban Professionals: A membership-based nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering and advancing Muslim professionals to be leaders in their careers and communities.

Council of American-Islamic Relations (CAIR): Dedicated to presenting an Islamic perspective on issues of importance to the American public. CAIR seeks to empower the Muslim community in America through political and social activism.