Fordham University            The Jesuit University of New York

Diversity Peer Leaders Program

The Diversity Peer Leader (DPL) program is a joint-campus leadership opportunity for students designed to enhance and increase their knowledge and awareness on the many facets of diversity and social justice, and their impact on the Fordham community and beyond. These students are trained to engage the community in dialogue around a variety of topics on social justice and issues of oppression intended to encourage intercultural communication and exchange.

Diversity Peer Leaders are trained to facilitate community dialogues intended to encourage intercultural communication and exchange. DPL's will also explore the many ways in which the University's mission supports intentional reflection and authentic exchange around the fundamental tenets of diversity and social justice education

Interested in Becoming a Diversity Peer Leader?
Contact (Rose Hill) or (Lincoln Center) for more information.

Diversity Peer Leaders are the student face of the Office of Multicultural Affairs. As a DPL your involvement with the office varies from assisting OMA with outreach about office programs and events, and aiding in diversity and social justice discussions , to co-facilitating deeper dialogues and cultural outings, and participating in a training weekend.

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