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What do we have to offer in the Diversity Resource Center (DRC)?

Our goal in the Diversity Resource Center is to offer a welcoming space to have difficult conversations and to learn about the many different people that make up the Bengal community. Our location in the Rendezvous Complex (Room 129) makes us a hub for students to gather, converse, and learn. 

The Diversity Resource Center (DRC) has a small computer lab available for students. We have a small library on relevant topics and a growing library of board games. Our center is equipped with streaming services, free coffee, tea, and cocoa, and a team of enthusiastic staff members that will help point you in whatever direction you need to go. Unsure what resources ISU has? We got you. Unsure where to go for your specific question or issue? We got you. 

We have put together lists of student cultural clubs and campus resources. These can be find on the sidebar to the left and in our Resources Binder in the DRC. 

We are an inclusive, judgment-free zone, and everyone is welcome here! (That means YOU!)

We also offer comfort and relaxation thanks to what we believe is the largest bean bag chair on campus. 

Come see for yourself! 

Resources for Students at ISU:


Campus Recreation 

Counseling and Testing Center

Disability Services 

Native American Student Services (NASS) 

Financial Aid 

International Programs Office

Janet C. Anderson Gender Resource Center 

Student Activities Board

Student Organizations 

Title IX Office

Need something not listed here? Don't know where to go to find it? Come see us or give us a call. We are happy to help!