Thank you for tuning in to the webinar! Here is a list of frequently asked questions and answers regarding the work of the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. If you were unable to join the webinar, please watch the recording below to learn more about the work of our DEI Team.
What departments are included in the office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI)?
How does DEI work with faculty and staff within the Trinity community?
DEI staff and offices work closely with faculty and staff in a myriad of ways:
- Collaborating on programs and projects
- Serving with faculty and staff on committees addressing policy
- Providing training on DEI issues
- Providing consultation on student issues
- Providing advocacy and support when needed
What cultural organizations and clubs exist are on campus?
There are numerous cultural organizations on campus. Here are some that we advise and collaborate with on a regular basis:
- Multicultural Affairs Council (MAC)
- TCBWO: Trinity College Black Women’s Organization
- LVL: La Voz Latina
- Trinity Hillel: Jewish student organization
- EROS: Encouraging Respect of Sexualities
- CSA: Caribbean Student Association
- AASA: Asian-American Student Association
- MOCA: Men of Color Alliance
- P.R.I.D.E.: Promoting Respect for Inclusive Diversity in Education
How do you reach and speak to students who aren’t specifically involved with DEI work?
Our programs, campaigns, and initiatives are open to all students. We strive to be inclusive by collaborating with varied communities, student organizations and departments cross campus. We also lead two training sessions during First Year Orientation: Diversity and Inclusion as well as WGRAC’s session on consent and the prevention of gender based violence.