We honor all differences among our students: ethnicity and race, religion, sexuality, socio-economic background, life experiences, academic passions, and more. Our community is stronger because of the rich experiences our students, faculty, and staff members bring to campus.

Recruitment & Enrollment

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Active Sewanee

A civically engaged Sewanee allows students to build community, find their voice, and advocate for change. Students can find a variety of organizations, university events, and community outreach opportunities that support diversity and inclusion.

DACA & Undocumented Students

DACA and Undocumented students are able to apply to Sewanee, with access to our full range of academic scholarships and financial aid.

Campus Pride

Colleges and universities want LGBTQ students, faculty and staff to be out and proud as part of the diversity of the campus community. Sewanee is no exception to this. Sewanee is actively working to advance our work to become a more inclusive campus for members of the LGBTQIA community. 

Community Partnerships

Sewanee wants to support scholars and recruit students from a variety of different backgrounds. Working with other communities around the country (and the world) is one of the many ways we work to provide leadership and educational opportunities for everyone. Learn more about the organizations we partner with in the links below.

National Hispanic Institute

The National Hispanic Institute was founded in 1979 and annually serves between 2,000-2,500 students. To date, NHI has served over 100,000 students and works with 80 colleges and universities. Sewanee is proud to become a new partner with NHI. 


Do you have questions about student life on the Domain? The admissions office is staffed by student workers who are happy to answer your questions about life on the Mountain. Let's meet them!

Admission Publications

Our Admission Publications have all the info you need to learn more about the Domain and its inhabitants.


Faith Vaughn 
Associate Director of admission


Coding, Communication, and Connecting the Dots

Tari Kandemiri, C'18 | Consulting Analyst, Accenture | Major: Computer Science | Posse Scholar

Last summer, Tari Kandemiri, C18, interned at Accenture in Atlanta, Georgia. This summer, Tari works on staff as a consulting analyst in that same office. Accenture is an innovational company that works to solve clients' problems by providing services in strategy, consulting, digital, and technological capacities.

“This is a great opportunity to use both my major and my minor,” Tari says. “Consulting allows me to work on different projects that use my computer science degree and my business minor.”

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