Diversity & Inclusion Training, Higher Education

Formerly SafeColleges

Advance inclusive culture with interactive online college diversity and inclusion training courses powered by a research and skills-based learning approach.

Our Diversity and Inclusion courses help institutions of higher education advance diversity and inclusion. These courses are proven to increase inclusive language, attitudes, and behaviors. And, are available for the following groups:

  • Undergraduate Students
  • Graduate Students
  • Faculty and Staff
  • Academic Search Committees



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Based on current peer-reviewed research.

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Learning Not Training

Courses teach skills course-takers can use.

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Expertise & Experience

Written by experts in education, psychology, and law.

Sharpen Skills

Drive Impact

Students and teachers learn to engage with difference.

Improve Performance

Engaging Content

Specifically designed for higher education.

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Easy to Use

Easily assign, track, and manage assignments.

Designed and Proven to Advance Diversity and Inclusivity in Colleges and Universities

Research-Driven Methodology, Created by Experts

Our team has expertise in education, psychology, law, and instructional design. Our course methodology informs rather than directs decisions and expands options for communication.

  • Course takers learn with continually updated, research-based content that builds practical skills for succeeding in a diverse community.
  • The inclusive framework keeps learners engaged in the conversation and reduces diversity resistance.


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say they will focus more on the impact of their choices based on the skills they learned.

Proven Outcomes, Major Impact

Our randomized, mixed methods study shows that students who take these courses are more likely to engage with diversity, intervene during a microaggression, and use accurate diversity terminology.

Anonymous feedback from over 150,000 course takers shows that these courses help learners make better decisions and monitor bias.

Powerful Courses for Higher Education Faculty, Staff, and Students


Keep students engaged with interactive exercises, video, and modern course design. Separate courses for undergraduate and graduate students means the content and tone are relevant.

Example Course Topics:

  • Defining Diversity and Engaging with Difference
  • Anticipating Impact and Using Identity Terms
  • Understanding Microaggressions

Students are 8x more likely to exhibit awareness of diversity-related issues after taking this course.


Faculty & Staff

Offer faculty & staff skills for inclusive culture with courses based on peer-reviewed research and input from top scholars in the field.

Example Course Topics:

  • Defining Diversity and Engaging with Difference
  • Anticipating Impact and Understanding Microaggressions
  • The Influence of Unconscious Bias on Decision-making

83% of course takers say they will rethink how they communicate with people based on skills they learned in this course.

Search Committees

Attract and hire the best candidates by equipping your search committee members with critical guidelines for inclusive recruitment, interview, and selection processes.

Example Course Topics:

  • Myths About Merit and Fit
  • Ground Rules and Guidelines for Academic Searches
  • The Influence of Unconscious Bias

89% of course takers say this course will help them recognize the impact of unconscious biases, myths, and stereotypes on decisions.

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Learning Library

Support your institution's commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion and re-engage learners through our complementary DEI collection of courses that further examine key concepts. These short 10-30 minute online courses help teachers and staff practice D&I skills and delve deeper into topics that matter to them.

Learning Library Courses:

  • Cultural Appropriation Versus Appreciation
  • Diversity Competent Mentoring Part 1: Developing Networks
  • Diversity Competent Mentoring Part 2: Relational Mentoring
  • Diversity Competent Mentoring Part 3: Combating Bias as a Mentor
  • Allyship Part 1 & Part II
  • Students of Color at Predominantly White Institutions: First-Hand Narratives
  • Supporting Students of Color at Predominantly White Institutions

Additional Course Library Options

Customize your annual subscription with the course library options that best meet your specific needs.


Faculty & Staff Training


Student Education & Training