Office of Diversity, Recruitment and Retention
Diversity, Recruitment and Retention
2023-2024 Peer Mentor Application
Apply now to be a Peer Mentor for the 2023-2024 Academic Year!
Linked below is the Peer Mentor position description and the Peer Mentor application.
Applications due Monday, May 1, 2023.
Please reach out to email@example.com with any questions.
Welcome to the Diversity, Recruitment, and Retention Office!
Purpose and Mission
The Diversity Recruitment and Retention (DRR) Office supports the Woodring College of Education in its commitment to fostering a culture of learning that advances knowledge, embraces diversity, and promotes social justice. The DRR office provides intentional and critical college access and student support services to prospective and current Western Washington University students of color through culturally responsive and purposeful outreach, pathway programming, and student engagement. Furthermore, the DRR office strives to create a space with students of color, students from other underrepresented groups, and allies to build a community to provide leadership, mentorship, support systems, and share conversations about diversity and inclusion in education and society.
As part of a collective with other programs, centers, academic affairs, and student services, and organizations, the DRR office is committed to dismantling unjust current conditions and practices that dehumanize and prevent our students of color from access to our college programs and resources.