Advancing DE&I in Education and Beyond
EAB's mission is to make education smarter and our communities stronger. To realize this mission, we are committed to advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion both internally at EAB and alongside our partners. Explore four of our DEI initiatives below.
Learn more about our initiative that aims to close equity gaps within regional cohorts of two- and four-year colleges and universities by 2030. Participating institutions work together and with EAB to help more underrepresented students of color and other historically underserved populations graduate from college.
The DEIJ Resource Center brings together EAB's vast library of best practice research, tools, and insights dedicated to helping college and university leaders cultivate diversity, foster inclusion, promote equity, and fight for justice for their students, faculty, staff, and communities.
Through financial support from Bank of America, EAB is partnering with eight HBCUs and more than three dozen tribal colleges to advance institutional and student success. All participating institutions will have unlimited access to our library of best practice research and be supported by a dedicated team of strategic advisors.
College Greenlight is the leading advocacy community dedicated to helping first-generation, lower-income, and historically underrepresented students on their path to higher education.
EAB Acquires Seramount - The leading workplace Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Firm.
Learn more about EAB's internal commitment to DEI
Equity in Higher Education
How can we make education more equitable, together? Hear stories and see insights from our researchers, product designers, and strategic advisors.
Lessons Learned in Closing Equity Gaps
Hear insights from Houston Guided Pathways to Success, the nation's first regional consortium of two- and four-year schools working together to improve college completion rates.
Creating an Anti-racist K-12 Institution
This infographic offers an interactive experience to learn about each of the anti-racist hallmarks through the lives of four BIPOC community members.