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Office of Diversity and Inclusion

National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity Membership


Attention Colleagues

We are an NCFDD Institutional Member.



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To activate your account, visit:



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Activating your NCFDD membership - text instructions below

How to Activate Your UNF Sponsored Membership:

  1. Go the NCFDD's membership page.
  2. Choose "University of North Florida" from the drop-down menu under "Select my Institution." 
  3. Select “Activate my Membership”
  4. Complete the registration form using your University of North Florida email address (must include
  5. Go to your UNF email to find a confirmation/welcome email. Click “Activate Account” in the email.

For information about UNF's institutional membership, please contact the Commission on Diversity & Inclusion at

If you have technical questions or concerns, contact the NCFDD Membership Relations staff via email at or phone at (313) 347-8485 ext. 3.

Membership Resources 

Institutional Membership provides faculty, graduate students, administrators, and post-docs access to:

From an institutional perspective, the NCFDD Institutional Membership provides a powerful recruitment, retention, and support mechanism for faculty, graduate students, and post-docs, particularly those from under-represented populations. Due to the growing awareness of the substantive nature of our core curriculum, under-represented faculty view NCFDD membership as a positive and tangible sign of a university’s commitment to diversity. 

NCFDD teaches empirically documented core skills, NCFDD provides an independent, evaluation-free solution to supporting and mentoring faculty, NCFDD resources are accessible any time, ensuring that faculty have support when they want it or as specific issues arise, NCFDD can complement ongoing faculty development initiatives on campus, and NCFDD provides a focus that is different from traditional teaching and learning centers: on research, writing, and productivity that matters most for tenure and promotion, and securing of grants.