I have the great honor of working at Cal State East Bay (CSUEB), one of the most racially and ethnically diverse universities in the country. It has been recognized for three years in a row with the Higher Education Excellence in Diversity award. At CSUEB, no racial or ethnic group is in the majority. Most of our students are the first in their families to enroll in college. Our average student age is 27 years old. Over 60% of our students identify as female. Many of our students have years of relevant personal and professional experience when they come to us. A lot of our students juggle working, caring for their children, and supporting their parents or other loved ones with their studies. We have a high number of students who are bilingual. We actively support students with disabilities and teach faculty strategies for inclusive pedagogy. We have a strong LGBTQ+ community. We have services for students who have been in foster care, have autism, or are homeless. We have programs for Latinx, Asian/Pacific Islander, and African American students. We support undocumented students. We have been making dedicated efforts to embrace and celebrate our diverse community for years.