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Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion

We promote a diverse, inclusive, and safe environment that incorporates honesty, equality, and equity. The Division of Government and Community Relations strives to respect, accept, and value our differences, similarities, and unique identities, and attributes as stated in the University’s Committee on Diversity Inclusion and Community Report Recommendations to create a community of excellence. Diversity and inclusive-excellence is a core value.

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Community Relations in the News

Articles from 2019

 

Location

 The Office of Community Relations is located at 2007 Terrace Place, Nashville, TN 37203. Parking for guests is available behind our building at 2007 Terrace Place. Phone: (615) 343-0700.

Map to CNGR

Getting to Vanderbilt’s Office of Community Relations via the Interstates:

From the north, take I-65 to I-40 west and then look for I-40 east to exit 209B. Turn right onto Broadway, which will turn into West End Avenue. Turn left on 21st Avenue South. Turn left on Terrace Place. The Office of Community Relations is located in the last building on your right, a house built circa 1905. We have five visitor parking spots located behind the house.

From the east or south, take I-40 west to exit 209A. Turn left on Broadway, which will turn into West End Avenue. Turn left on 21st Avenue South. Turn left on Terrace Place. The Office of Community Relations is located in the last building on your right, a house built circa 1905. We have five visitor parking spots located behind the house.

From the west, take I-40 east to exit 209B. Turn right on Broadway (US 70S). Broadway becomes West End Avenue. Turn right on 21st Avenue South. Turn left on Terrace Place. The Office of Community Relations is located in the last building on your right, a house built circa 1905. We have five visitor parking spots located behind the house.

 

Office of Community Relations Team Member Spotlights

 

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Vanderbilt University supports the nonpartisan initiative - Project Register - created by Congressman Jim Cooper (D-TN05) and State Senator Steve Dickerson (R-Nashville) to increase voter registration in Middle Tennessee.
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