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  • American Association of University Women (AAUW)

    The University of Richmond is a member of the the American Association of University Women (AAUW).  AAUW is the nation’s leading voice promoting equity and education for women and girls. Since their founding in 1881, AAUW members have examined and taken positions on the fundamental issues of the day — educational, social, economic, and political.


  • American Council on Education (ACE)

    The University of Richmond is a member of the American Council on Education (ACE). As a member of ACE, UR is part of nearly 1,800 college and university presidents and executives at related associations, institutions and organizations that collectively promote, protect, and advocate for students, faculty and administrators in higher education. ACE is the major coordinating body for the nation’s higher education institutions, and is the only major higher education association to represent all types of U.S. accredited, degree-granting institutions: two-year and four-year, public and private, nonprofit and for-profit. 


  • Associated Colleges of the South (ACS)

    The University of Richmond is a member of the Associated Colleges of the South (ACS). The focus of ACS is to provide the best liberal arts education possible at the most affordable price available through a collaborative initiative that brings members together as a whole or in smaller groups. 

    In August of 2018, UR hosted for the first time the Associated Colleges of the South Inclusive Pedagogy Institute (ACS-IPI). Facilitated by faculty and staff within the ACS, the workshop was aimed at improving teaching effectiveness and included readings, conversation, and instruction for how faculty can better craft their practices of inclusion. Faculty from UR and six other institutions (Davidson, Furman, Morehouse, Rollins, Spelman, and Washington and Lee) came together to critically consider what they do in and out of the classroom, why they do it, and how they can do it better to create the best learning environment for all.


  • Association of American Colleges & Universities (AAC&U)

    The University of Richmond is a member of the Association of American Colleges & Universities (AAC&U). AAC&U is the leading national association dedicated to advancing the vitality and public standing of liberal education by making quality and equity the foundations for excellence in undergraduate education in service to democracy. As a member, faculty enjoy many benefits including resources, discounts, and collaboration with other member institutions.


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  • Consortium for Faculty Diversity (CFD)

    The University of Richmond is a member of the Consortium for Faculty Diversity (CFD). The Consortium is committed to increasing the diversity of students, faculty members and curricular offerings at liberal arts colleges with a particular focus on enhancing the diversity of faculty members and of applicants for faculty positions.

    The Consortium was founded as an association of liberal arts colleges committed to strengthening the ethnic diversity of students and of faculty members at liberal arts colleges. The early goals of the Consortium with regard to faculty diversity included encouraging U.S. citizens who are members of under-represented minority groups to complete their graduate programs and to consider faculty employment in liberal arts colleges.


  • Consortium on High Achievement and Success (CHAS)

    The University of Richmond is a member of the Consortium on High Achievement and Success (CHAS). The consortium is the nation’s oldest and largest organization dedicated to the success of underrepresented students on liberal arts college campuses nationwide. The consortium includes dozens of the nation’s highest-ranked liberal arts colleges. Member institutions meet twice each year to exchange ideas, obtain new information, share best practices, and engage in networking. In addition, the consortium holds conferences on issues relating to increasing the educational opportunities for students of color at liberal arts colleges.


  • Council of Independent Colleges (CIC)

    The University of Richmond is a member of the Council of Independent Colleges (CIC). The Council of Independent Colleges (CIC) is an association of nonprofit independent colleges and universities that has worked since 1956 to support college and university leadership; advance institutional excellence; and enhance public understanding of private higher education’s contributions to society. 


  • Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR)

    The Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR), founded in 1978, is an organization of individual, institutional, and affiliate members from around the world. CUR members share a focus on providing high-quality and collaborative undergraduate research, scholarly, and creative activity opportunities for faculty and students. CUR believes that faculty members enhance their teaching and contribution to society by remaining active in research and by involving undergraduates in research, and that students engaged in undergraduate research succeed in their studies and professional advancement.

  • Institute of International Education (IIE)

    As an IIE member, the University of Richmond receives  free copies of IIE publications, discounts of IIE conferences and seminars, access to members-only student mobility research, and many other benefits.


  • National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity (NCFDD)

    The University of Richmond is a member of NCFDD, an organization that focuses on four key areas to help faculty achieve research and writing productivity while maintaining a full and healthy life off campus: strategic planning; explosive productivity; healthy relationships and work-life balance.  These resources are available through webinars, e-mail and sometimes individual coaching.  At least a few times each semester we will gather faculty to watch one of their webinars and discuss it.   

    Faculty wishing to utilize additional NCFDD resources can sign up using their institutional e-mail to begin taking advantage of the wealth of resources available through the University’s NCFDD membership. Learn more about NCFDD resources and how to create your own login in the link below. Please direct any questions to Linda Boland, Associate Provost for Faculty. 

    Learn more about the University’s institutional membership.


  • National Humanities Alliance (NHA)

    The University of Richmond is a member of the National Humanities Alliance (NHA)  Founded in 1981, the National Humanities Alliance (NHA) is an advocacy coalition dedicated to advancing humanities education, research, preservation, and public programs. NHA is supported by approximately 200 national, state, and local member organizations, including: scholarly and professional associations; higher education associations; organizations of museums, libraries, historical societies and state humanities councils; university-based and independent humanities research centers; and colleges and universities. It is the only organization that brings together the US humanities community as a whole.


  • Scholars at Risk Network

    Scholars at Risk works to protect threatened scholars and promote academic freedom around the world.

    Scholars at Risk Network

  • Southeastern Universities Research Association (SURA)

    The University of Richmond is a member of the SURA consortium. SURA’s mission is to advance collaborative research and education and to strengthen the scientific capabilities of its members and our nation. It was established as the Southeastern Universities Research Association in 1980 to design, build, and operate what is now Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility – a U.S. Department of Energy science laboratory. SURA now operates the lab through Jefferson Science Associates (JSA) – a SURA/Pacific Architects and Engineers (PAE) joint venture. SURA also facilitates collaboration with government agencies and researchers to advance information technology, understanding of coastal and environmental phenomena, space science and technology, and to promote scientific discoveries that impact our lives.