Trinity Campus Climate Incident Response Team

Please be advised that this webpage is currently under construction and review, if you have an immediate need to speak with someone  please select "How to Report an Incident" link.

 If you wish to report an incident involving a racial, ethnic, homophobic, religious, or gender slur, you may contact the College at campus.climate@trincoll.edu​. Additional ways to make a report are listed below and on the pages linked at left.


Purpose

​The Campus Climate Incident Response Team is a group of Trinity community members that represent each of the constituencies on campus. Comprised of students, administration, faculty, and exempt and non-exempt staff, the campus climate incident response team seeks to promote inclusion and equity through its focus on the Trinity community’s response to incidents of intolerance and other incidents that offend our highest community values. 

    • ​​The team seeks to anticipate community needs and concerns
    • Devise strategies of response to incidents of intolerance
    • Develop networks of relationship across campus
    • Serve as an educational resource
    • Advise college personnel and offices in their responses to incidents
    • Track and report campus incidents
    • Evaluate responses to improve College practices and shared life in community
    • Collaborate with campus partners while responding to incidents

We are currently in the process of establishing our mission and determining best practices and procedures. More detailed information will be available once we have formalized our process. In the meantime, if you have suggestions or ideas on how to promote inclusion and equity or how to develop networks of relationship across campus you are welcome to contact any of the committee members​. If there is an incident or issue that you would like to talk to our team about, please contact the chair. ​

​The Response Team may not discriminate based on the following criteria: race, ethnic or national origin, sex, age, disability, religion, sexual orientation, color, gender expression, or gender identity.​​​​​​​