Equal Partners in Inclusive Community (EPIC)
The EPIC program welcomes all prospective and current College of Engineering, Informatics, and Applied Sciences (CEIAS) students as well as alumni to celebrate inclusion as one of our principal strengths, based on the understanding that mutual respect and inclusiveness help us build an intellectually vibrant community drawing on the broadest talent pool.
To strengthen community bonds between students and faculty in an inclusive and supportive community that enables us to share experiences while learning and drawing strength from one another.
For EPIC to be a central element of the student experience that enhances students’ academic, professional, and personal development and broadens participation from underrepresented students in engineering, informatics, and the applied sciences.
– Ola Joseph
EPIC supports the following inclusive student clubs at NAU:
- American Indian Society of Engineers and Scientists
- National Society of Black Engineers
- Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers
- Society of Women Engineers
- Women Who Compute
- Women in Construction
How you can support EPIC
Help us build an inclusive CEIAS community by volunteering to be a mentor, sharing your knowledge or expertise as a guest speaker, or providing a financial gift or sponsorship that directly impacts EPIC success.