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Access Diversity Profiles

We are in the process of reimagining Diversity Profiles to encompass the wider array of tools and data now available on campus.

Diversity Profiles provides a set of online, access-protected dashboards for the Deans and Vice Chancellors of the major academic and administrative units to access diversity data regarding their units. Diversity Profiles is a response to the need for deans and vice chancellors to use evidence to establish measurable goals for their units that align with institutional goals and that are focused on their unit’s priorities. The information is intended enable senior leaders to identify new or modified strategies to improve diversity and inclusion efforts, based on data. Deans, Vice Chancellors, and their proxies/delegates are authorized to have access to data for their units.

Diversity Profiles is intended as a starting point for exploring data related to campus diversity and inclusion topics. The data is also used by our office to generate an annual campus accountability report on Diversity and Inclusion. That report will provide an assessment on how the university’s academic and administrative units are doing in complying with federal affirmative action guidelines and making progress toward achieving the campus goals of increasing diversity in our student body and workforce, and building a more inclusive campus community.

Please note that access to the Diversity Profiles dashboard is restricted to Deans, Vice Chancellors and their designees. For questions or access please contact Laura Cerruti.


Deans, Vice Chancellors, and their proxies/delegates are authorized to have access to Diversity Profiles data for their units. Individuals with access must have completed FERPA training within 2 years to be granted access. FERPA training is available online via the Learning Management System. Additionally, users must agree to comply with the campus policies and the Terms of Use outlined here. Deans and Vice Chancellors can request access for a proxy or delegate from Vickie Gomez.

Login Instructions

  1. Go to
  2. You should be directed to your Microsoft 365 online login. Choose your UC Davis account.
  3. Your browser will redirect to the Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) page to sign in with your organizational account. Use your email address as your username and enter your Kerberos password.
  4. All projects to which you have been granted access should be visible on the Tableau Explore screen. Double-click on the folder that says “Diversity Profiles”
  5. You may see several sets of dashboards/worksheets. Click on one of the sets to open up dashboards and worksheets. You can also navigate through the dashboards/worksheets from a set of tabs across the top of individual dashboards and worksheets.
  6. To return to the main folder, use the breadcrumbs (text with slashes) under the Search bar in the top left hand corner. Return to the original from anywhere on the site by clicking on “Explore” in the text at the top left hand part of the page.
  7. If you click on a tab and see that it is blank, you may not have access to the data. If you think the restriction of access is in error, contact us.

Instructions for Using Diversity Profiles

You can download a Users Manual here. For additional assistance and information on upcoming training workshops, please contact Laura Cerruti (

Terms of Use:

By applying for access or logging on to the Diversity Profiles Dashboard, you acknowledge that you have read, you understand, and you agree to comply with the following campus policies:

  1. 310-23, Electronic Communications--Allowable Use
  2. 310-23a, Electronic Communications – Acceptable Use Policy
  3. 310-24, Electronic Communications--Privacy and Access
  4. 320-20, Privacy of and Access to Information
  5. 320-21, Privacy and Disclosure of Information from Student Records

In addition, you agree to the following terms:

Account Security. I agree to keep my account credentials secret. I understand that it is a violation of this agreement and campus policy to share my username or password with others, or to enable others to use the system under my account. I understand that all activity on the system is logged and audited, and that my access to the system may be terminated at any time without cause or notification.

Responsible Use. I agree to use the system responsibly, for authorized professional purposes. I understand that information maintained on the system may be sensitive or confidential in nature, and should be maintained as such. I understand that the aggregation, sale or transfer of information on the site is prohibited. While efforts are made to keep information on the system as current and free of errors as possible, I understand all data in the system are to be considered unaudited and I will not disclose any data from the system to any organization outside UC Davis. I understand that I may not release this information, in any form, to parties who do not have a direct interest in the purpose of this tool, including, but not limited to, researchers, surveyors or journalists.

Non-Disclosure. I agree to maintain details about system design in confidence, including user interfaces, business processes, programming interfaces, and underlying storage architectures. I understand that reverse engineering or copying elements of the system without permission is expressly prohibited by this agreement and violates university policy, intellectual property laws and copyright laws.

If you have any questions or concerns about agreeing to the Terms of Use, or if you require clarification of any of the terms, feel free to decline the agreement and contact Vickie Gomez at

History and Goals

The Diversity Profiles was originally designed to establish a campus repository where data on diversity and inclusion for faculty, staff and students can be collected on an annual basis.  For the first phase we collected a 5 year “snapshot” of data to establish a baseline for the Deans and Vice Chancellors of the 22 major academic and administrative units to set meaningful goals for their units.

The project’s goals are:

  1. Gather auditable diversity and inclusion data into a central campus data repository (Campus Data Warehouse-Budget and Institutional Analysis (BIA))
  2. Develop a set of Diversity Profiles dashboards to enable senior campus leadership to:
    1. Access complete, thorough and accurate data related to campus diversity and inclusion;
    2. Generate status reports for each of the 22 academic and administrative units, as well as a campus-wide Diversity Profiles Accountability Report.
    3. Enable campus leadership to view trends and measure progress by unit and for the campus as a whole over time.
    4. Restrict access as needed.
  3. Provide an accountability framework for evaluating the senior leaders of the 22 major campus units on progress towards achieving diversity and inclusion goals.
  4. Develop and document the integrity of annual reporting processes with respect to diversity, including how data will be collected and updated and reports generated.

Reporting Units

The reporting units are based on divisions defined by UC Davis for reporting to the U.S. Department of Labor on compliance with our affirmative action obligations as a federal contractor to recruit and advance qualified minorities, women, persons with disabilities, and covered veterans.

  • Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing
  • Campus Planning Facilities & Safety
  • College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
  • College of Biological Sciences
  • College of Engineering
  • College of Letters & Science
  • Division of Agriculture & Natural Resources
  • Finance and Resource Management
  • Graduate School of Management
  • Graduate Studies
  • Information & Educational Technology
  • Intercollegiate Athletics
  • Library
  • Office of Research
  • Office of the Chancellor
  • Office of the Provost
  • School of Education
  • School of Law
  • School of Medicine
  • School of Veterinary Medicine
  • Student Affairs
  • University of California Davis Health
  • University Extension
  • University Relations