In partnership with LTU community and the city of Southfield, the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (ODEI) aims to foster and cultivate a culture of belonging and engagement through programming, research, resources, and courageous dialogue. LTU’s mission, vision and values embraces the global perspective, theory and practice, and character and integrity, strong tenets supporting our community to be solution-focused on issues of social justice, equity, and access.
View information for international students such as visa information, local resources and work information.
The lounge is open to all students during regular business hours for quiet reflection, personal meditation and/or prayer.
48 different countries are represented by our international students.
43% of students are in a racial minority group.
Most of our events and workshops will be recorded and saved for future viewing.
If you have been a victim of...
- Sexual assault/harassment
- Domestic/dating violence
- Verbal/Written Threat
...We are here to help.
Dr. Sibrina Collins
The Marburger STEM Center
Dr. Collins is an inorganic chemist and STEM administrator. She began her college career at Highland Park Community College (Highland Park, Mich.), where she earned an associate of science degree in 1990. Dr. Collins later earned a BA in chemistry (cum laude) in 1994 from Wayne State University (Detroit, Mich.). She earned her MS (1996) and PhD (2000), both in the field of inorganic chemistry, from The Ohio State University under the direction of Professor Bruce Bursten.