The Buckeye Spirit is built on diversity. We are committed to total inclusion. Experience with all walks of life is what pushes us forward every day.
Our Commitment to Diversity & Inclusion
- #4 on Forbes list of Best Employers for Diversity in the U.S.
- 3 consecutive years we've been named an HRC Healthcare Equality Index Leader
- #2 ranking for percentage of African-American medical students at a non-HBCU
- 1st university to have four Insight into Diversity HEED recipients
Diversity and inclusion is our foundation for innovation
A diversity of cultures and life experiences strengthens our mission to provide evidence-based health care. It gives us a greater understanding and appreciation for each patient’s unique genetic makeup, behavior, experiences and beliefs.
From the way we recruit faculty, staff and students to the way we treat each and every patient, all of us at the Wexner Medical Center and College of Medicine consider diversity an essential part our mission.
Celebrating our unique differences
We strive to create environments, both in the workplace and in our patient care settings where everyone feels empowered to share their full, authentic selves and can comfortably join in or stand out.
We celebrate the diverse voices of our patients, employees, volunteers and community members. It fuels our innovation and connects us closer to our patients and the communities we serve.
Four Health Sciences colleges named as HEED award recipients, making Ohio State the first university to achieve this recognition
The INSIGHT Into Diversity HEED Award, open to all colleges and universities across the U.S. and Canada, measures an institution’s level of achievement and intensity of commitment in regard to broadening diversity and inclusion on campus through initiatives, programs, and outreach; student recruitment, retention, and completion; and hiring practices for faculty and staff.
Ohio State is proud that four of our Health Sciences colleges have achieved this recognition, making Ohio State the first university to have four award recipients at one university.