A Moore School core value
At the Moore School, we believe that diversity and inclusion are fundamental values
to be pursued and cherished as they are the very foundation of a civil society. Equal
opportunities and unity through differences are mutually beneficial for every party
involved as they lead to higher degrees of individual freedom and participation; just,
safe and stable societies; and economic development.
In addition to meeting our organizational obligation to respect and actively support the goals of diversity and inclusion, the Moore School is committed to modeling the values of diversity and inclusion as a part of business education. Diversity and inclusion have proved to constitute a competitive advantage for firms, leading to better decision-making, greater innovation and higher market penetration. As a business school, therefore, one of our goals is to provide students with concrete skills and role models in diversity and inclusion to help them succeed in their professional careers.
The University of South Carolina does not discriminate in educational or employment opportunities or decisions for qualified persons on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, genetics, sexual orientation or veteran status. The USC Office of Diversity and Inclusion is dedicated to creating the most positive and supportive environment possible for students, faculty and staff.