MSU students are diverse learners. Each brings a rich array of knowledge, experiences, strengths, and ways of knowing into our classrooms. In inclusive teaching and learning, students’ distinct cultural identities are acknowledged, valued, and accounted for in curricula, course materials, and assessment of learning. Inclusive teaching enriches the educational experience and improves retention and academic success for not only students from underrepresented and marginalized groups, but also for students from groups that have traditionally persisted in higher education. The overall goal of this workshop is to provide participants the knowledge, understanding, skills, and resources needed to create and sustain inclusive learning environments.