Center for Student Diversity & Inclusion


  1. Expungement Clinics

    If you have a criminal record, you can attend one of these expungement clinics to see if your record can be sealed. There are four locations and dates, be sure to find the one closest to you. Click here for more information.

  2. Money Smart – A Financial Education Program

    Money Smart is a comprehensive financial education curriculum designed to help low- and moderate-income individuals outside the financial mainstream enhance their financial skills and create positive banking relationships. Money Smart has reached over 3 million consumers since 2001. Research shows that the curriculum can positively influence how consumers manage their finances, and these changes are […]

  3. Good and Cheap: A Cookbook

    Good and Cheap is a gorgeous cookbook for people with limited income, particularly on a $4/day food stamps budget. The PDF is free and has been downloaded more than 1,000,000 times.   “The news and information presented here relates to issues of diversity and inclusion that may be of interest to members of the University community.  Unless the […]

  4. Jim Collins Foundation: Trans Health Grant

    The Jim Collins Foundation is offering a grant opportunity for transgender individuals who have a medical need for identical procedures. If you and your doctor decide that surgery is part of your transition and you need financial support either because you do not have insurance or because your insurance excludes these medically necessary procedures then […]

  5. Ohio Birth Certificate Questionnaire 

    Ohio is one of only three states that refuses to change the gender marker on birth certificates for transgender individuals. The ACLU of Ohio has worked closely with partners at the National Center for Transgender Equality (NCTE), TransOhio, Equality Ohio, Margie’s Hope, and Equitas Health to change this discriminatory policy. The most important thing the […]

  6. Gender identity & pronoun use: A guide for pediatric health care professionals

    Everyone has a gender identity. Some people identify as cisgender — a gender that corresponds with the sex they were assigned at birth. While others identify with a gender that is different from what they were assigned at birth. Regardless of a person’s sex assigned at birth, a person may identify as a woman, a man, both, neither […]

CSDI Calendar

  1. Sep 8

    Involvement Fair

    Intramural Gym, DJ Lombardo Student Center | Sponsored by the Office of Student Engagement

  2. Oct 23

    Post-Graduate Volunteer Fair

    Time & Location To Be Announced | Sponsored by Campus Ministry, the Center for Service & Social Action, & the Center for Career Services