Equity & Community Inclusion
Background & Context for the Division of Equity & Community Inclusion
The Division of Equity & Community Inclusion opened at SF State in academic year 2017-18! It sits within Student Affairs & Enrollment Management. This division is responsible for leading, coordinating, implementing and evaluating a broad range of sustained programs, initiatives, events and activities designed to:
- facilitate intercultural/intergroup dialogue,
- promote equity and inclusion,
- advance social justice, and
- improve campus climate for all of our students.
Among several desired outcomes, most notably Equity & Community Inclusion works collaboratively with campus partners (including student clubs and organizations) to close the educational equity gap in support of our Graduation Initiative 2025 goals, as well as fuel and support our diverse students’ hopes and dreams to graduate and go on to make a positive impact in their communities and on the world.
Meet the team leading and facilitating these campus efforts!
The units comprising this new division include:
- Asian American & Pacific Islander Student Services (Village C, Room 141)
- Black Unity Center (View the proposal for this Center(PDF)) (Village C, Room 142)
- Dream Resource Center (Student Services Building, Room 206)
- Office of Diversity & Student Equity and Interfaith Programs (Student Services Building, Room 206)
- Latinx Student Center (Village C, Room 140)
Thanks to the generous sponsorship from University Housing, Equity & Community Inclusion has a current home. We are located in Village C - Suites 140, 141 and 142 (space located across from Office of International Programs). We are joined in this space by AAPI Student Services which opened in Fall 2016 and the Black Unity Center. The Dream Resource Center, Interfaith Programs Unit, Latinx Student Services, and LGBTQIA+ Student Life are located on the second floor of the Student Services Building (SSB 206). The Associate Vice President for Equity & Community Inclusion is located in Student Services Building, Room 403 (SSB 403).
An Ad Hoc Work Group on Equity & Social Justice Educational Outreach is convened each Summer to develop an education, training and outreach plan for each academic year. Visit their webpage for more info.
Please help Equity & Community Inclusion identify priorities for the Divison, as well as submit suggestions to improve campus climate. We would appreciate your input, thoughts and reflections. Please submit by clicking on the Equity & Community Inclusion Comment Form link.
If you would like to become involved with Equity & Community Inclusion’s efforts, or if you are a student club/organization that would like to become affiliated with this new division, please email email@example.com.
An important way to become involved is to commit to a process of lifelong learning. Visit our page on Resources for Self-Learning to begin.